Stuff That Isn't True
Forty Myths About American Government
Impeachment: Myths, Facts, and History
More Empty Impeachment Threats from the GOP
Separation of Church and State: Myths and Facts
The Founders Tried to Protect Us from Religious Extremists
National Day of Prayer is Unconstitutional
Voting in America: Myths and Facts
September 22 is National Voter Registration Day
Marriage Equality: Myths and Facts
What the Supreme Court Ruling Means to You
Nonprofit Organizations: Myths and Facts
"Nonprofit" Does Not Mean "No Money"
Juries in America: Myths and Facts
Law and justice often collide.
Labor Unions: Myths and Facts
We Need Them Now, More Than Ever.
Unemployment Compensation: Myths and Facts
The GOP is still trying to set Americans against each other.
American schools do a poor job of preparing students
to participate in life as informed citizens.
These articles clear up some common confusion.
Patricia A. O'Malley
Social Policy & Programs Consulting ~ Community Matters
P.O. Box 97803 ~ Pittsburgh, PA 15227 ~ 412-310-4886 ~ email@example.com
Copyright Patricia A. O'Malley ~ All rights reserved
Social Policy & Programs Consulting
Training and Services for agencies working toward social and economic justice
What you'll see is tradition, not law.
Our schools still don't teach this stuff.
The United States Congress: Myths and Facts
Too many Americans don't know what Congress is, or how it works.
Welfare in America: Myths and Facts
Everything you think you know about welfare is wrong.
Food Stamp Program: Myths, Facts, and History
The Food Stamp Program Benefits the US Economy and Creates Jobs
An open letter to Jack Markowitz, Pittsburgh Tribune Review Columnist