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Not Letting it Go

By Ed Hoffman It’s only been seven months since Hillary Clinton said during a debate with Bernie Sanders, “There should be no bank too big to fail, and no individual too powerful to jail” – but now, that attempt at coining a rhyming campaign catchphrase is coming back to bite …

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Following Great Britain’s Lead

By Ed Hoffman Last week, I opened my radio show with the song “We’re Not Gonna Take It” from The Who’s musical “Tommy” and explained that it was apropos because that’s what the British citizens said to the European Union on June 23. Brexit is significant because it signals that …

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This Time, True Hope and Change

By Ed Hoffman Have you ever heard of CIA officer Sabrina de Sousa? She is a dual Portuguese-American citizen being extradited from Portugal to Italy for incarceration. Why is our government allowing one of its own CIA operatives to be jailed in a foreign country? Apparently, it’s because her “crime” …

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Should We Be Surprised?

By Ed Hoffman I heard a lot of media commentators remarking that President Obama’s first speech after the attack in Orlando – now the largest mass shooting in American history – failed to include the terms “ISIS,” “Islamic State” or “Islamic terror.” “In fact,” one commentator said, “he made no …

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The Good News Is…

By Ed Hoffman This week, Hillary Clinton became the first woman to be nominated for President by either party. I hear we are supposed to be celebrating this, but I wonder if there would be the same kind of celebration for another woman – say, Carly Fiorina? Doubtful! As a …

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Voting for Change

By Ed Hoffman Hopefully, Memorial Day wasn’t just another barbeque day for you; I sure know it wasn’t for me. After our Pushups for Charity event last week, I learned that someone asked if the hard work my staff and I do on behalf of wounded veterans was “all for …

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