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Political Appearances

To some extent I have enjoyed being retired from politics. Mind you, I still check the news several times a day, just in case there is something I need to know. 631 more words


A red letter to the editor

At the start of a new year about a quarter of a century ago I wrote a letter to the editor, publication unknown. I came across the printout this week in one of my many boxes. 460 more words

Freedom To Think

Etiquette & Protocol Professional Interview

Please tell us about yourself

IT WAS more than just a homecoming for Chitra Danger, when she landed in India after spending 20 years in the US. 595 more words


What Happened on that Final Saints-Vikings Play Last Sunday?

According the HotAir of the Political World?

The guy who posted that now claims it was a joke, but watch the final play below if you missed it last night. 202 more words

American Culture

Primrose whine

Anticipating missing proximity to New 400 cinema, Loyola campus, Independent Spirits’ free wine tastings, Berger Park Cultural Center, this April’s fool.

3 years later, the mystery in Edgewater persists… ?¿?¿?¿¿ ?

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A Day for a King!

As I sit on the couch today, not having to go to work, I think about the reasoning behind having this day off.  This day was designed to honor the life and the legacy of a peaceful man, Dr. 589 more words


Today is Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday. When I got up this morning I was reflecting on what exactly that meant to me. What I came up with is that it’s a day to remember kindness, equality, fairness, togetherness and to think about how far we have come in the battle for humanity. 543 more words