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The North Carolina and Indiana primaries are on Tuesday and the stakes are high. There’s a lot of speculation about the potential outcome but trying to read the tea leaves may be an exercise in futility. The mantra has been “Hillary can’t win,” because of the numbers, because Bill put his foot in his mouth one time too many, because she’ll go to any lengths in order to get the nomination, because too many people just don’t like her. Yet Clinton has stayed in the race and, by not giving … Continue reading

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What did Barack Obama’s speech this morning have to do with Sandwiched Boomers? While discussing the complexity of his relationship to Reverend Wright, he was also referring to the macrocosm – the voter’s relationship to the American family and, on some level, our relationship to our own family. At one time or another we’ve all been distracted by the negatives – having to care for an aging parent who didn’t take good care of us growing up or or having to deal with an adult child who has lost his … Continue reading

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