Category Archives: In The News

The Republicans Visit South Carolina

There are a couple of events in South Carolina this weekend.   One is  The Battle of Aiken, a weekend long reenactment of one of the last battles of the Civil War.  The other event, which could be called the Battle … Continue reading

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Where Were You…

It was a beautiful morning – sunny, warm, a blue sky full of light fluffy clouds.   My husband had to go to New Jersey that morning on business and because I’d decided to take the trip with him, we had … Continue reading

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The Clerk’s Counsel

It seems as if everyone – the media, the public, even presidential candidates – has been focused on Kim Davis, the Clerk for Rowan County, Kentucky.   It’s not that she isn’t worth our attention because she is.  She’s taken up … Continue reading

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Mark Sanford’s Facebook Share

People share all kinds of things on Facebook – pictures of their families, recipes, political commentary and events in their lives.  My personal favorites are videos featuring cute animals doing adorable things.  Famous figures also share on Facebook, so when … Continue reading

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Arizona Lawmakers: Bigotry is Alive and Well

A person, a member of the Church of Scientology, owns a business in the State of Arizona.  Given the powers granted through reaching , oh, let’s say level VI, maybe VII, of Operating Thetan, this business owner can spot a … Continue reading

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The 2014 Winter Olympics – Welcome to Sochi

The opening ceremony for the 2014 Winter Olympics will begin to air tonight on NBC, but the excitement has already begun thanks to the live tweets from journalists and athletes.  You should pop on over to Twitter and follow #SochiProblems … Continue reading

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By Hollywood’s Standards – The Question of Woody Allen

In the 1920’s, actor/comedian Fatty Arbuckle was arrested on charges stemming from the death of a young woman who had spent the night in the company of Arbuckle.  He was tried three times for the crimes – the first two … Continue reading

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