C. H. Mara 
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Re: “Lesson Plan: Pima Community College

It would seem to me that Pima would be a natural place to create a degree in Alternative Energy Systems. bringing together majors in solar, wind and storage technologies.

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Posted by C. H. Mara on 04/25/2019 at 6:48 PM

Re: “Cold and Tired: Liam Neeson is out for revenge—again

Neeson's best role -- "Gun Shy." A reluctant DEA agent with the luck of some strange force that protects the terrified agent. It goes well beyond the LOL stage to dark humor that actually stays in mind on your own way to bliss in the face of impossible odds. (There is a copy on y-tube.)

Posted by C. H. Mara on 02/14/2019 at 4:04 PM

Re: “Danehy: Valentine’s Day Edition

I find that "love" is a very limiting word in English. covering everything from passion to the love of a child, through art appreciation and the love of a professional wrestling character. We need a better vocabulary.

Ancient Greeks and current Roman Catholics have a term "agape'" do describe love which, between the common ancient use and today's use in the official Catholic canon have very different meanings.

The love expressed ion a valentine commercial sense can be sincere and cheesy at the same time.

Yes, we should celebrates the emotions of love in all their depth and width -- but carefully decide what we mean when we say "love" to an individual.

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Posted by C. H. Mara on 02/14/2019 at 3:46 PM

Re: “Congressman Raul Grijalva Does His Own SOTU Response

Thank you Congressman Grijalva for representing those of us who understand that progressive regulation of of corrosive unbridled crony capitalism is NOT socialism, but a well reasoned monitoring (investigations included) of what OUR government is doing to make the general pursuits of happiness, life and liberty in this nation applies to ALL of us, not just the privileged few.

I see a number of responses here are ad hominem attacks on you and regurgitations of off-kilter and made-up statistics. It is amazing how some people can lie to get their own way when it comes to using the force of government to create ill will and adverse opinion no matter how valid the opinion and facts may be.

While there have been times I have disagreed on some issues, you have always been open to listening to facts and arguments from many sides, and understand the current administration does not. That important thing is that listening, considering and compromising based on the needs of all concerned is not surrender, but is good government.

This is a lesson current Republicans seem to refuse to learn -- and no longer want to be part of any education allowed to the public by the government. They seem to adhere to the principle of believing their own lies.

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Posted by C. H. Mara on 02/07/2019 at 3:05 PM

Re: “Claytoon of the Day: No

^The wall is not the issue here. The issue is whether the executive should be able to completely shut down the government over ONE budget item or program desire The wall (barrier) is Trump's try to demonstrate he is boss and will get what he wants regardless of the will of the people as demonstrated through their representatives.

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Posted by C. H. Mara on 01/14/2019 at 3:29 PM

Re: “Claytoon of the Day: Greetings For The 116th

I wonder if Arizona is (or is not) the first state to have two women senators in the US congress at the same time?

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Posted by C. H. Mara on 01/07/2019 at 11:57 AM

Re: “Grijalva Calls for Interior Sec. Zinke's Resignation; Zinke Calls Grijalva a Drunk

Raul Grijalva may drink on occasion and even get "drunk." But he is earnest and honest in his evaluations, which is more than can be said of too many Trump appointees. And as Churchill may have observed, "In the morning I can sober up -Mr. Zinke- but you will still be an an unethical idiot." (OK, so I paraphrased Churchill bit .)

The years so far of Trump have shown that the old saw that the government should be run like a business is a badly construed idea unless practiced by intelligent, honest and aware persons that apply good principles (business or not) in honest and open dealings with their fellow beings and demand the same from their appointed and associated officials.

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Posted by C. H. Mara on 12/03/2018 at 2:33 PM

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