Monthly Archives: January 2011

The Good Kind of Government

This week we’ve seen the Egyptian people rise up against their leader, Hosni Mubarak.  President since 1981, the former Egyptian Air Force officer has not given Egyptians voice or good leadership.  The country has been racked by unemployment and a … Continue reading

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A Saturday Morning Drive

Five-thirty in the morning came real early yesterday.  Our fancy SUV with the butt warmers, satellite radio, automatic climate control, etc., etc., wouldn’t start.  That’s what happens to a vehicle when your battery is 4 years old, the temperature is … Continue reading

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Canonizing Congressmen

Last week’s tragic shooting in Tucson may have set off a record in the “politician and media nonsense” department.  I can’t recall when I’ve seen a seven day period with so many uninformed, illogical utterances. Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik: … Continue reading

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Mike and Deanie

Twenty-eight years ago a gangly, tall young fellow named Mike married a bubbly, petite girl named Nadine.  She was known as “Deanie” and she stole his heart from the beginning.  But this love story has a twist. After their engagement … Continue reading

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Football

Happy New Year! This morning I’m going to offer my opinions about college and professional football; this coming from a person who never played football and is but a casual fan. Those of us who follow sporting events are shaped … Continue reading

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