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- 30 Statistics That Show The Middle Class Is Dying Right In Front Of Our Eyes.
- Column: Why you don’t really have free will. (from Glenn Overman)
- Did Psychopaths Take Over Wall Street Asylum? (from Glenn Overman)
- Yearly Review. (from Glenn Overman)
- OxfordAmerican.org. (from Glenn Overman)
- How to be a dictator. (from Glenn Overman)
- Flying Robots Build A Tower Near Paris. (from Glenn Overman)
- Developers. (from Glenn Overman)
- Is E-Voting Ready for 2012? (from Doug Couch)
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I sincerely hope Tommy Jefferson and John Adams and Jim Madison didn’t mean for this to be the end result. A second rate character in a two-bit television show has temporarily become the nation’s moral compass; the linchpin that holds equality together for ourselves and our posterity. Sonofabitch! First of all, let me emphasize that any TV network that calls itself the "Arts and Entertainment Network" and then runs "Duck Dynasty" marathons weekly needs to reassess direction. Either change your name or stop behaving like you still show ballet and Masterpiece Theatre. I would venture to guess that the majority of cur Read on →
“There it is,” I said, easing our big motor home across the dip at the edge of the pavement and onto the dirt road, “won’t be long now.” My wife, Arlette, who is French, pushed in a CD, and soon A Canadian Brass Christmas boomed through our cozy home on wheels. It was Christmas Eve, and after the pre-Christmas frenzy and getting ready for sub-freezing camping, we were anxious to begin a week in the woods. I started to relax. Although the slope down to the left seemed steeper than I remembered, I brushed it aside since we hadn’t driven this road all th Read on →
December has been a cold month for me, chilling my heart as well as my fingers and toes. I have spent considerable time on the road in snow and ice storms this month, visiting ailing friends and family whom I may never see again. This past weekend was particularly raw in central Ohio where my boyhood friend and his wife live. Their daughter and two grandchildren were sitting at the dining room table when I arrived. Soon after, I was by Beverly’s bedside and she woke to listen to my stories as attentively as she was now capable. Earlier, she had d Read on →