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by (RSS) Uncategorized | March 10th, 2011 2:20pm CST | Comments Off on Tweeter Revolution 2.0

“It’s all over,” said the student, a young woman in a sleek black dress. “Our only option is to leave the country.” She finally accepted that her movement was over and Iranians would not see greater freedoms or fairer elections. Just over a year ago the fledgling Iranian democratic movement hit a wall.  After the […]

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by (RSS) Uncategorized | July 27th, 2010 12:06am CST | 4 Comments

  Being an Informed Voter.  August 5th, our next election day is rapidly approaching, with half of all voters beginning to vote as early as July 16th when early voting sites open.   As I started to think about the ballot and who I would like to hire for these positions, it dawned on me how difficult […]

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by (RSS) Uncategorized | June 8th, 2010 12:34am CST | 5 Comments

I just spent a very nice weekend in Charleston, South Carolina. The town was alive with activity, people shopping and eating and truly enjoying themselves.  On this short respite, I had the pleasure of driving the -country trip with two friends that have lived in Memphis their entire lives – one an African American who […]

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