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A native of California, Timothy F. Newkirk is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley. Among many other endeavors, he has worked as a newspaper reporter and editor and is a longtime political activist. He continues to advocate for peace and civil rights. Tim now lives in Florida, whiling away the time beachcombing, blogging, contributing to assorted news media and other worthwhile endeavors.
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, January 27, 2012 Corporate Welfare and the Sad State of America. . .
This disintegration of democracy into nothing more than corporate welfare has at its core negative public policy consequences. What is moral about leaving the American people to drown in the tsunami wake of Washington's corporate welfare policies?
SHARE Tuesday, March 31, 2009 Some Initial Comments on IE 8
IE 8 is the latest in Microsoft browsers. It is an improvement over previous IE browsers, but still has deficits in relation to competitors.
SHARE Friday, March 13, 2009 GOP Party of NO is NO good for America
Here is a blatant example of the hypocrisy of GOP representatives in the Congressional budget process this year. It is a call to arms for the declaration of good democratic candidates to replace them, in the next midterms elections for Congress-for example, FAYE ARMITAGE in Florida District 7!
(11 comments) SHARE Thursday, December 11, 2008 LDS Lies and Hypocrisy about Prop. 8
LDS and other Fundamentalist 'christian' lies about gay protests over Prop. 8 during the campaign are compounded by their recent homophobic ad in the New York Times.
SHARE Friday, September 5, 2008 Before & After the Palin Psychotic Phantasy
Impression of Gov. Palin as McCains's running mate before and after her speech at the republican convention in St. Paul, plus some tasty tidbits from conservative insiders. . .