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21
Sep
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A Drop of Ink: Too Many Know Too Little About America

By Reed Anfinson

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As our understanding of how representative Democracy works fails, citizens become less tolerant of the differences among us. Rather than envisioning paths to realize our nation’s moto, “E Pluribus Unum” – out of many one, they see threats in all who don’t live according to their beliefs.

Wed
07
Sep
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A Drop of Ink: The Power Of Talking To Strangers

By Reed Anfinson

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People don’t strike up conversations with strangers like they used to before the cellphone. It’s unfortunate. Both the stranger you might talk to and you lose something as a result.

Wed
03
Aug
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A Drop of Ink: Misinformation Threatens Democracy

By Reed Anfinson

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“Democracy in the United States is in serious trouble,” the authors of a study on misinformation’s toxic impact on the voters of America say.

Wed
20
Jul
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A Drop of Ink: Seeing More Stars Than Ever, But Not From Here

By Reed Anfinson

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Wed
06
Jul
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A Drop of Ink: Rules For Letters During The Political Season

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We are once again entering a political season when supporters of candidates and issues important to them will be writing us letters.

Wed
29
Jun
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A Drop of Ink: Finding Solutions For Rural Challenges

By Reed Anfinson

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Wed
08
Jun
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A Drop of Ink: Saving Democracy With News Literacy

By Reed Anfinson

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“People do not believe lies because they have to, but because they want to.”

Wed
01
Jun
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A Drop of Ink: Keys To Rural Communities Thriving

By Reed Anfinson

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There are three fundamental keys for rural communities to thrive, a study by management consulting firm McKinsey, says: sectors or tradeable industries, workforce, and community and connectivity.

Wed
18
May
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A Drop of Ink: ‘Made In America’ Must Be More Than A Slogan

By Reed Anfinson

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There is a renewed focus on America’s vulnerability to two fundamental flaws in our economy: consolidation of businesses and outsourcing the manufacturing of too many critical products and components of products assembled in the U.S.

Wed
11
May
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A Drop of Ink: Losing Skills For Participating In A Democracy

By Reed Anfinson

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When we read Richard Louv’s book “Last Child in the Woods,” we learned of the damage what he calls “Nature Deficit Disorder” can cause. 

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