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Phyllis Schlafly Eagles: Phyllis and Fred Schlafly- On Good Morning America in 1978

Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat

I don’t want to make this piece about Roy Moore, but if I had to guess Roy Moore is a big fan and admirer of Fred and Phyllis Schlafly and their family. 335 more words

Far-Right

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles: Phyllis and Fred Schlafly- On Good Morning America in 1978

Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat

I don’t want to make this piece about Roy Moore, but if I had to guess Roy Moore is a big fan and admirer of Fred and Phyllis Schlafly and their family. 335 more words

Far Right

The Face Of 73 

On Tuesday night I heard of the death of former singer and teen idol David Cassidy aged 67. Now before some younger readers ask who is David Cassidy I should perhaps advise them to ask their mum’s aunts or in some cases grannies and they will soon inform you as to who he is and why he merits a memorial poem on this blog. 257 more words

Poetry

WHAT BECAME OF THE PEOPLE WE USED TO BE?

It’s a weird sensation, but there’s often no more sober a reminder of one’s own mortality as when the death is announced of a famous face whose countenance is inexorably bound up with dim and distant formative years. 1,059 more words

News

forever in corduroy?

I have long been a “forever in blue jeans” kind of guy. I haven’t always worn blue jeans, but somewhere along the line I started wearing them and have done so for many decades. 186 more words

SoCal Life

A&E: Naomi Ekperigin- Infamous Killers: David Berkowitz- The Son of Sam

Source: This piece was originally posted at The Daily Review

I doubt I’m the only person who has done this but for the last 10-20 years or so but I’ve been wondering why a somewhat normal seeming man like David Berkowitz would decide to go out and simply murder people in New York City or anywhere else. 476 more words

The 1970s

A&E: Naomi Ekperigin- Infamous Killers: David Berkowitz- The Son of Sam

Source: This piece was originally posted at The Daily Review

I doubt I’m the only person who has done this but for the last 10-20 years or so but I’ve been wondering why a somewhat normal seeming man like David Berkowitz would decide to go out and simply murder people in New York City or anywhere else. 476 more words

The 1970s