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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Grant
A presidential election looms on the horizon and already the nation's great organs of opinion - and occasionally of fact - are gearing up to serve the commonweal and ever so quietly, their own biases.
In a recent interview, President Obama seemed to suggest his policies would have created more jobs if businesses had stopped finding ways to be more productive with fewer workers.
Jeff Kinney has made more than enough money writing about one wimpy kid to live comfortably for the rest of his life. But thinking about the millions of children he reaches each month through the popular children's website Poptropica.com makes him keep his day job.
"Our life, in most ways, is very normal," he says.