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Pearl Harbor survivor Anthony 'Tony' Gannarelli dies at 102

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We have lost another member of The Greatest Generation.

R. I. P. Anthony ‘Tony’ Gannarelli.

Anthony “Tony” Gannarelli didn’t know much when he joined the Navy in 1934, but he learned plenty the day he looked out from his bed in the sick ward to see a Japanese fighter buzzing over a hangar at Pearl Harbor. 432 more words

The USWNT stars' wage-bias complaint: 'Bout damn time

My daytime employer, The Dallas Morning News, asked for my opinion on the EEOC complaint filed by 5 leaders of the U.S. women’s team.

Here’s what I gave them… 18 more words

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Modern American Journalism, Not a Place for Science

“…the majority of the 29.8 million people that reside in the 15 largest cities here in the United States will be opening their respective browsers this Sunday morning to a front page without a “Science” section.” 400 more words

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CRUZ for PRESIDENT CAMPAIGN COPIES OBAMA'S BIRTH CERTIFICATE GAMBIT and CARLY FIORINA HITS a HOME RUN

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Please don’t be misdirected into believing that U.S. Senator (R-TX) Ted Cruz’ latest ‘birth certificate’ shenanigans have put his eligibility matter to rest. 3,681 more words

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My aunt Patricia and two cousins Amanda and Andre reside near Dallas, as well as my two friends Charlie and Becky, who continued to update her status as storm sirens wailed. 91 more words

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Elf The Musical Announces Its “SPARKLEJOLLYTWINKLEJINGLEY” National Tour Cast

Ready to get the family into the holiday spirit? Elf The Musical is coming to The Music Hall at Fair Park! Based on the beloved 2003 New Line Cinema hit, … 946 more words

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THOMAS SHARES WRITING TIPS AT NEW SPEAKER SERIES

Best-selling author David Thomas says that if writing is easy, you’re probably not doing it right.

This was some of the advice that Thomas, a former reporter and columnist for the… 222 more words