Brian Smiley

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Name: Brian Smiley
Date registered: August 28, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Can capitalism be compassionate? A look at the shortcomings of health care and immigration. — December 27, 2013
  2. Learning as if school was never closed — December 27, 2013
  3. Let the sunshine! — October 9, 2013
  4. U.S. Foreign Policy: Last 5 Years in the Middle East — October 8, 2013

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Dec 27

Can capitalism be compassionate? A look at the shortcomings of health care and immigration.

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Can capitalism be compassionate? A look at the shortcomings of health care and immigration. By Brian D. Smiley December 20, 2013 influxproduction.com Questions surrounding healthcare coverage and access for over 10 million undocumented immigrants touch upon the shortcomings of both the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and any immigration reform bills that are currently being debated. …

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Dec 27

Learning as if school was never closed

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Cascading canyon walls and trees block the sounds of the humid city streets Here in the natural world is where I can truly think Undistracted by the pollution and form fitting institutions All of us have a piece of the solutions Learning as if school was never closed As if we didn’t graduate and there …

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Let the sunshine!

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Oct 08 2013

U.S. Foreign Policy: Last 5 Years in the Middle East

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U.S. Foreign Policy: Last 5 Years in the Middle East The Obama administration ramps up secrecy in what seems like a lead-from-behind approach. By B.D. Smiley Sept. 24, 2013             Although the uprising known as the “Arab Spring” held the promise of democracy and justice across the Middle East, factions with extremist views or non-state …

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