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I Voted For Jill Stein, and I Feel Fine!

Today, Tuesday Nov. 6 is the big election day. Most Americans will be lining up to cast their votes for the presidential candidates of the Political Duopoly. But not me. We have a very efficient early vote-by-mail system here in the state of Washington. So I’ve already casted my ballot a week ago. And I […]

On Integral Civics and the Fallacy of the “Lesser Evil”

It’s Presidential election season. And, this time, I refuse to choose between the “lesser of two evils.” I cautiously voted for Pres. Obama in 2008. He didn’t have much experience back then. But, like most people, I gave him the benefit of the doubt. Now that there are public records on what kind of President […]

Changing Colors of U.S. Politics

It’s election day. Here’s my prediction: a mandate for Obama. I’m being ballsy but still somewhat conservative with my guesstimate. Out of my remaining respect for McCain I didn’t give Arizona to Obama. But even that is still up in the air. Once the election is over, we have a lot of work to do. […]

Embracing Death With Compassion This Election Season

But as the daylight succumbs to darkness, And as the Stars exhaust their radiance, Life bestowed returns to blankness, The Law of Existence knows no defiance… ~Life Bestowed Today is All Souls’ Day. In the Christian tradition it is the day when the souls of the faithful departed are commemorated. Serendipitously, it is two days […]

I Just Casted My Vote for Obama-Biden

I’m not a very political person. I grew up loathing politics in my country of origin. But as a first generation immigrant and a first time voter here in the U.S., this election is very important to me. I followed it since the primaries. I got to know all the candidates. I watched the debates. […]