Writer Archives:  Bryan Link  (11 posts)  Feed to posts by writer

Originally from Midland, MI where he obtained his bachelors in social work from Saginaw Valley State University, he has lived in Las Vegas, NV for the past fifteen years. He obtained his masters in social work from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. He has spent most of his professional career in program development in child welfare, juvenile justice and mental health. He is twice past president of the Nevada Youth Care Providers Network and member of the Child Welfare League of America's Western Region Steering Committee. He has been a member of the Nevada democratic party since 1994 and has worked on Harry Reid's campaign the last two elections. He is an active member of the National Association for Social Workers. He now provides counseling and is writing a book about how people are effected by fear. He also writes screenplays and plays guitar.

The Keystone Republicans

It took twenty eight years for congress to approve work on the Dam in Boulder City Nevada. The site was first surveyed in 1900. Having said that, it’s true we’ve known the oil sands in Alberta was a fossil fuel … Continue reading

The Agenda

Newt spells it out in New Hampshire for the republicans:  Reagan conservative approach, lower taxes, less regulation, more energy, sound dollar and creating jobs. Previous to this summary were comments about the issue of the cost of heating oil and … Continue reading

Obama/Biden Links

I wanted to share this page with all of you. If you have not been to this site yet, there are a bunch of links on this page that maybe helpful. Make sure to review and scroll the entire page. … Continue reading

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We Don’t Get Fooled Again!

Why would Scott Brown deviate from his parties stance on the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau and praise President Obama’s recess appointment of Richard Cordray?  C’mon, really!? All democrats knew this was going to happen as soon as we heard the … Continue reading

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What Dems can take from Iowa?

Jim Messina, Obama’s campaign manager makes some important points about Iowa: 1) The extremist Tea Party agenda won a clear victory. No matter who the Republicans nominate, we’ll be running against someone who has embraced that agenda in order to … Continue reading

Band Aid Social Policy

Newt Gingrich wants inner city kids to learn how to have a job at which they earn some money as the first step in the rung in the ladder up. In an interview with ABC News, Gingrich suggests schools create … Continue reading

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Last Comic Standing

Last night’s debate would have been the best comedy show on television if we were not talking about the presidential election in the United States! Did anyone feel like Gingrich and Joe McCarthy have something in common after last nights debate, … Continue reading

Don’t be fooled.

The Cordray block by senate republicans Wednesday exposes the defensive nature of the party. You’re damn right they’re under attack. Scott Brown sided with democrats in the Cordray nomination.  This is an example how oblivious they are to the current … Continue reading


I was going to do a piece on the republican national convention called Last Comic Standing but watching the Occupy Movement shift into second gear, that piece will have to wait.  Where’s the mortgage to your house?  How can the … Continue reading


On the record for economic justice and equality.

I want to say now I love this woman!  Not only do I think she wins the senate race in Massachusetts and this is an important race for us all, but she makes a bid for the democratic nominee for … Continue reading

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What’s America Worth, why?

Watch out for this guy, he wants to sell the country. Why would someone like Donald Trump want to put a price tag on America? Aside from the entertainment value, which I fail to see, what motivates a producer to … Continue reading

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