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Author/Lecturer, frequent writer of short stories, essays, and political commentary. Mr Ellis has numerous pieces published in newspapers, magazines, and on various Internet web sites. He is the author of the recently published memoir, "Kisses from a Distance," published by Cune Press, Seattle, Wash. (cunepress.net). His book was favorably reviewed in the foreign press by the Beirut Daily Star and L'Orient Le Jour, a French language newspaper sold in europe as well as Lebanon. Additional information about his book may be found at www.raffellis.com.

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Wednesday, June 10, 2009     

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Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery--or Is It?
Castigating ordinary citizens for borrowing too much without pointing out the example of big government is hypocritical.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009     

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Bailouts and other BS
All the fuss about bailouts is misdirected--making everyone think this will save the economy when in reality it's a bis boondoggle.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009     

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Why can't they have nukes?
Questioning the nuclear powers right to restrict membership in their "club."

Sunday, March 1, 2009     

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It's not a mistake when you lie!
(1 comments) The news media has to understand that most of the time when celebreties say they made a "mistake" they are lying to excuse getting caught.

Monday, December 1, 2008     

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Support your local author... read a book!
(2 comments) Writing as a creative profession is under attack and need concerted support.

Sunday, October 12, 2008     

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The Day After Tomorrow
(4 comments) A look at what potentially lies ahead after eight years of abrogating America's civil rights.

Sunday, September 7, 2008     

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What the hell is a social conservative?
(1 comments) A discussion of how the political spinmeisters change the meaning of words, or invent new ones, to suit their purposes.