“I don’t visit often with the lady’s voice on my GPS, but when we do, it’s always eventful. My Henry County penchant for cutting down any road that appeals to me, no matter my actual destination, drives the poor ‘recalculating’ lady nearly out her mind. And then there was her revenge, when I…
Awareness is a powerful thing. It presumes there are things we don’t know and, so long as we don’t know, we don’t have to do anything about whatever it is we don’t know.
While we are a good distance from the Iowa Primary Caucus, I still am of the opinion that the Democratic Party is best served by facilitating a narrowing of the field.
Pretend songwriters Edward Pola and George Wyle were talking about autumn instead of Christmas when they wrote, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.”
Being a far-left leaning, super-partisan despiser of President Donald Trump, there are a multitude of things I like about the impeachment inquiry the we-found-some-intestinal-fortitude Democrats in Congress have finally began.
So, are all of you people excited about this whole impeachment thing? Well, I’m going to tell you, don’t be. It’s all a red herring, a cover up, a distraction!
As the Democratic Presidential Primary season nears October, more than nine months before the Democratic National Convention, concerns over division within the party continue to get plenty of “ink” and airtime, at least in the pro-Democratic media.
After spending a few hours of quality time with Susan Jones, Catherine Culley, Tracey Turner, Rusty Culley, Mark Chandler, Timmy Williams, the Dales (Bell and Blythe) and a few others as they put together our 40th high school reunion, I knew I was going to have a good time.
“Just saw a television report skewering President Donald Trump for his remarks and apparent views on the homeless. Regrettably, what the president understands about poverty, homelessness and how to deal with it seems to be profoundly ignorant — even more ignorant than TV folks who traffic i…
Joseph Anthony Plummer was born on a cold, drizzly morning in January of 1980 in St. Louis. He had two older sisters; Lou Nell was 7 and Alice had just turned 3.
After a couple of weeks that left me scratching my head over the starts from a couple of my favorite football teams at the high school and college level, there was some light coming from at least one of them.
Once upon a time in the not so distant past, scholastic education in free societies was considered as a means of preparing men and women for roles as productive members of society and was structured accordingly.
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