Mission Statement

Make a Change

Share Tweet Follow Email FollowExcerpts from Confessions of an Old Man “Take a look at yourself, and then make a change.” Late Michael Jackson Michael Jackson’s song, “Man in the Mirror” can be taken as a challenge by members of the MI generation to take a look at themselves, take charge of their destiny, and make a change. And they…

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The Middle Class Comeback

Share Tweet Follow Email Follow The middle class is getting crushed. But there is hope. The most common argument about the middle class destruction is the declining or stagnant income, which is true. However, the main culprits are the costs of healthcare, education, and housing that have increased at a much higher rate, making it impossible for an average American…

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Debt Denial: Stealing from Our Kids

Share Tweet Follow Email FollowOur handling of the national debt is like a grand, inter-generational Ponzi scheme that’s destined to drown our children and grandchildren in red ink. Our leaders like to call their strategy borrowing, but it is really tantamount to stealing — from our children, worse yet. Why? Because we have no plans to pay the debt. None….

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Flip Side of the Minimum-Wage Debate

Share Tweet Follow Email Follow Something that Washington does not want you to know about and hopes that nobody else will discuss during the minimum-wage debate is take-home pay after taxes for low-wage earners. Washington claims that Americans should be paid living wages so that they can live a decent life. However, it is not willing to give up its…

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The Beltway Beast review by the Kirkus Reviews

Share Tweet Follow Email FollowA political treatise that laments how America’s democracy inadequately represents its citizens and calls for the creation of a third party. In his debut effort, Moon catalogs a host of familiar ailments that he believes currently infect the body politic, including corruption, fiscal irresponsibility, a chronically under-performing educational system, monumental debt and partisan stalemates. However, he…

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The Beltway Beast review by the San Francisco Book Review

Share Tweet Follow Email FollowAccording to a Gallup poll in October 2013, only 26% believe that two major parties adequately represent Americans, and 60% of Americans think a third party is needed. This book is designed to be a platform for the 74% of Americans who are yearning for an option outside of the two-party monopoly. And so, Munir Moon…

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