How Did Your Representative in Congress Vote on ACA Repeal/Replace?

There is an election, coming in 2018. Who knows where this bill will be by then. But this vote, the first part of a long process, is over.

They wouldn’t have voted for the bill if they thought that they would lose their job if they did.

show them how you feel about their uncaring, unAmerican attitude towards the people they work for. Fire them.

There were 20 Republicans who didn’t vote for the bill, not many, just a few who didn’t follow the party line.

 

This means that the list of Yes votes is long. Many of these congressmen and women believe if you can’t afford your healthcare you shouldn’t have any. Pre-existing condition? Too bad! Over 50? Get ready for much higher premiums and much much smaller subsidies.

Ok, there is good news. If you make over $200,000.00 a year you get a tax cut. Woo Hoo!

List of All Votes on Obamacare/ACA Repeal/Replace Bill Today.

 

Local Landscapes – Photography Show Coming Up Soon!

Sara Silver

“Homescapes”

N e w    W o r k

LOCATION

Steele Lane Community Center

415 Steele Lane Santa Rosa CA

SHOW DATES

November 24, 2015 – January 14, 2016

Monday – Friday 8:30-5:00 pm

OPENING RECEPTION

Wednesday December 2, 2015

4:00 – 6:00 pm

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To see more photographs, please visit my website http://sarasilver,com
or my Flickr site https://www.flickr.com/photos/sarasilver

Show Location:
Steele Lane Community Center Lobby
415 Steele Ln. Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Phone: (707) 543-3282This show is made possible by City of Santa Rosa Recreation and Parks.
Fog on Coleman Valley Road

The Community Center is accessible to all and has plenty of free parking!
Steele Lane Community Center (707) 543-3282

Kathleen Senzell, Fine Artist, Paints Scenes from the Wild West and Much More

Artist Spotlight

WHO: Kathleen Senzell, Northern California Oil Painter

WEBSITE: http://senzell.com

Kathy’s work is clean and bold, with strong colors and contrasts of light. She paints beautiful animal & bird portraits, both wild and domesticated, stunning landscapes featuring iconic places, commissioned portraits, and a category I like to call “storytelling”. Her painting, Game for the Deed, (shown below) is a perfect example.

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Her great love of all animals,  support of animal rights all over the world, as well as her accomplishments as a horsewoman provide many of her painting subjects; she is also deeply interested in historical aspects of the  American Southwest, reflected in works such as Chief Joseph (below).

Chief Joseph

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A California native, Kathy studied art in Southern California schools and colleges before moving to Oregon where she immediately fell in love with the wilderness and the animals that inhabit it. As word spread about her ability to capture the “look” of the animals in her paintings, she began doing commissioned work.

Excerpt from her Artist Biography page      http://senzell.com/about

She can be contacted through her website http://senzell.com/contact . Drop her an email if you are interested in the purchase of an original oil painting, limited edition prints, or commissioning an original work. And don’t forget to stop by her website to see more of her unique works of art.

Profound Thoughts and Silly Memories of The Late Great Robin Williams

I only met Robin once, and it is a funny and personal memory I will cherish always. I never saw him perform his act  live but I think I caught a recording of every show available, plus if I knew he was to be a guest on a show, I did whatever it took to see him. Who didn’t? He didn’t set the standard for comedians, he was in a class all by himself with a style unmatched yet deeply respected by all others in his field. His acting was outstanding as well, yes, and some of my favorite movies are “his” movies. The top 2 are Fisher King and The Birdcage.  Both paired him with amazingly talented actors and in both cases he didn’t steal the show yet was phenomenal in his own right.

I get up each morning and think “Am I really getting up today to a world without Robin Williams?” I never thought that would happen, at least not so soon.

Yet my most profound thought regarding his death is this: If it is true that laughter keeps us healthy and may even help us live longer, then we all have had some time taken away from us on this earth.