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Elmer Brunsman's credentials include: early Peace Corp Volunteer, Ph.D. studies in education, public affairs radio producer, media consultant, college professor, history teacher and alternative medicine researcher.
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, June 14, 2013 This June is Golden Anniversary of class that changed America
This 50th anniversary of the college class of 1963 celebrates the transition generation (the term silent generation is not descriptive of the significance of this generation) that presided over and led the most remarkable historical changes in the country and world. Where we were and where we've come, reflection as we move forward to address the issues that face us, that for which we are responsible.
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, November 2, 2012 How People Vote. What's Happening in the Election.
HOW PEOPLE VOTE.
What's happening in this election.
It's the subconscious, stupid. That is--the stupid subconscious.
The three S'es---Success, Security, Strength,
demonstrated by a candidate wins U.S. elections. Self-knowledge and knowledge of reality can save us. The danger of a divided win and the October surprise that just happened.
(5 comments) SHARE Wednesday, May 27, 2009 We Americans of the Fifties' Final Year---Transition to the future
On this the 50th anniversary of the high school class of 1959 we look back at where we were then to what we have become. The unique position of the pre baby boomers as the transition generation from an earlier America to today is discussed in punchy style.
(3 comments) SHARE Monday, January 12, 2009 Response to Fox Propaganda
I explore a dozen accusations Fox News Channel constantly made and continues to assert against President-elect Barak Obama and contrast them with the facts.
SHARE Monday, October 23, 2006 The War on Cancer Meets The War on Terror
The American system addresses symptoms of problems instead of the causes. The examples with the most dire consequences are cancer and terrorism. The U.S. spends more on the military as a solution to terrorism and on cancer research as a remedy to that desease and on the entire military and entire health care budget than all other countries in the world. Critics are name called. And we aren't winning either "war."