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[PMS Blog Post] Wishin’ and Hopin’ and Thinkin’ and Prayin’

16July

Written by guest blogger Steve Kramer
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I’m headed down an alley to get where I’m going, to the thoroughfare at the end, where traffic can move freely. I turn the corner and I’m struck by an unusual sight: there’s a car stuck in the alley, crossways. The front of the car is obviously badly damaged, with a crumpled bumper and the headlights bashed in, no doubt from previous collisions with the wall of the alley that is in front of them. The rear of the car is equally damaged; it rests against the high alley wall behind them, and it’s obvious it’s not the first time it’s met that wall.


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[PMS Blog Post] We Are Not Chess Pieces

22May

Written by guest blogger Avery
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I n January, I was asked to speak at a local health care rally. This was around the time that the State of Maine was debating cuts in Medicare & prescription drug coverage for people who were elderly and/or had a disability, in order to balance Maine’s budget. Here’s part of what I said that day…


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[PMS Blog Post] I'm One of the Faces

22May

Written by guest blogger Charles E. Scott II
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A merica the beautiful…land of the free… The America I knew no longer seems to be. We go to war to help those who cannot help themselves, the helpless. Yet, we fail to fight the war on poverty that is within our own borders. Thus, threatening to destroy us from within, deteriorating the fabric of our cities causing many of us to become homeless and put into financially precarious positions. We send financial assistance all around the world, for any and all disasters and humanitarian exhibitions; nevertheless, we choose to cut off assistance to those who are most vulnerable and unable to fight back. I understand desperate times call for desperate measures, but cutting off aid and assistance to the ones who desperately are in need seems absolutely ludicrous.


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