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Alice in Political Land: Facts and Fantasy

Peggy Wireman,Ph.D.

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Humpty Dumpty told Alice, “When I use a word, it means exactly what I say it means.” Too often today’s politicians and the media use words carelessly or to deliberately confuse, distort meaning or to create a false reality. Stop listening to sound bites and fantasy solutions. Start understanding the facts necessary for realistic solutions. Listen to guests who use words that mean what they say so you can ask the politicians the right questions. Don’t let a Humpty Dumpty politician or media pundit dictate your views. And let’s do it before this country takes a great fall.

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Alice in Political Land: Facts and Fantasy – The One Question to Ask about Race

If everyone in the country asked Dr. Richard Davis’ question, it might shift how we look at each other and respond to the news. This show is a dialogue on black and white but the issues raised apply to Hispanics, Asians and us all. www.everyday-democracy.org/en/index.aspx www.richarddavis.org/?page_id=84 http://connectingdots.us/?page_id=10

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Alice in Political Land: Facts and Fantasy with Peggy Wireman Ph.D.

Dr. Peggy Wireman is the author of six books including Connecting the Dots: Government, Community and Family. Her background ranges from community organizing to working in Congress and in the executive branch in both Democratic and Republican administrations. Now a consultant on community and economic development, she formerly managed an economic development grants program and directed the Wisconsin Small Business Development Center.

Peggy Wireman, Ph.D. has worked as a legislative aide in Congress and in the executive branch in both Democratic and Republican administrations. In recent years she managed an economic development grants program for the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Wisconsin Small Business Development Center. She is the author of six books, including Connecting the Dots: Government, Community and Family.