Monthly Archives: March 2012

Obamacare and the fate of the nation

It is called The Patient Protection and Affordable Care act. Most of us just know it as Obamacare. Let’s for a moment, put aside politics. For a moment lets forget that only liberals care about birth control, and only conservatives … Continue reading

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The Moody Blues, Still Singing in a Rock ‘n Roll Band

Isn’t life strange, A turn of the page A book without light, Unless with love we write. To throw it away, To lose just a day. The quicksand of time, You know it makes me want to cry, cry, cry… … Continue reading

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Why I Wasn’t a Huge Harry Potter Fan

A few years ago the entire nation seemed in the grip of a Harry Potter craze. Even though we pretty much all knew how the saga was going to play out (adventure, strife, Voldemort dies, Harry learns the meaning of … Continue reading

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The Randomness of Life. Or Not.

I read a very sobering article this morning. Sobering. Sad. Powerful. It appeared in the March 10 issue of Science News and is titled, Scars from harsh early years linger. The article detailed a study of Romanian orphans who spent … Continue reading

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North Korea, Anyone?

On this day of yet more disturbing news out of everyone’s favorite rogue nation, I have a simple question to ask: why are there virtually NO novels, and indeed, NO stories or movies featuring North Korea? Here we have what … Continue reading

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