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No matter how you cut it, Saturday’s National Women’s March will be a demonstration representing the majority of the American voting public.  Final certification of the 2016 election showed … more
“Somewhere I read that the greatness of America is the right to protest for right.”—Martin Luther King Jr. in his final speech. He delivered it on April 3, 1968, at the Mason Temple in Memphis, … more
In 1993 Bill appointed Hillary to head the White House Health Care Reform Committee. But now that Trump is appointing his son in law as an advisor, suddenly the Democrats whine about an anti-nepotism … more
I’m a retired both military/civilian police firearms instructor and annually qualify/certify retired officers under the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act, and urge you to write, call, email, … more
I arrived with the Great Depression—and I guess that and my father’s work ethic are what have driven me all my life. I found jobs everywhere—but always returned to my … more
Congratulation fellow Americans, our worthless leadership in the White House and the useless UN! Great job! While Mass Murderer Assad, the Iranians, Hezbollah, Russia has won…Syrians have lost. … more
As defined on Wikipedia: A big lie (German: große Lüge) is a propaganda technique. The expression was coined by Adolf Hitler, when he dictated his 1925 book Mein Kampf, about the use of a lie so … more
...anger, hatred, resentment, fear. May we take a moment, some time, before we freeze or shout or strike out; and consider where we got our anger and hatred and resentment and fear. Hey, I'll try … more
For those interested in such things as the skewed thinking of Trump family members, including their tweets, here’s a story (The Washington Post, Dec.9) that opens with a tweet by Donald’s son … more
"Resilient," my sister Mary Jane (always Janie to me) said when she called with the news, expected but still unwanted, on Tuesday morning, five days before Christmas; "that's how he held out so … more
If you weren't paying attention you might not have noticed, but there are very exciting developments occurring between our public library and our school district library. One of the concerns that … more
We’ll soon see just who’s got fun. And I’d make book on the fact that it won’t be the majority of us. This particular little song, repeated here in part, was a mainstay through the 1920s, … more
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