PARENT INFORMATION CENTER Sibling Rivalry
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Sibling Rivalry can be jealousy, competition andfighting between brothers and sisters. It's usually a concern for most parents and can be very frustrating and stressful. Read on ... Posted on 2/15/13 at 6:02 PM
Egypt's bickering government and opposition need to overcome their differences to create "a sense of political and economic viability" if the country is to thrive as a democracy, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Saturday.
“An atmosphere of give-and-take.” Who in Washington and regions such as the upper Midwest is fostering that atmosphere? Put another way: Who is willing to compromise in ways that anger a core constituency?
We’re not a country with majority rule. We’re a country with supermajority rule. In order for Congress to pass and the president to sign significant and game-changing legislation, that legislation needs supermajority support, which in most cases means bipartisan support as well.
Here’s a double no-no for this week, one for each of the big issues convulsing the community. First, on the Sioux nickname and logo: Don’t blame American Indians. And on the Alerus Center: Don’t let the City Council take over. Doing either will lead to more trouble. Solutions lie elsewhere.
This above all, the great bard Shakespeare said: “To thine own self be true.” The modern political equivalent: “Never compromise with yourself.” Apparently, nobody reminded Democrats of this hoary yet timely wisdom when they embarked on their effort to reform America’s health care system. Democrats immediately compromised with themselves, thus jeopardizing the possibility that far-reaching reform could actually occur.
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