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You probably remember the virulent plague of Bush Derangement Syndrome, which debilitated parts of America in the early 2000s. The illness was discovered and named by a most eminent former psychiatrist named Dr. Charles Krauthammer. He described it … more
It’s time to cut and save at all levels of government. The reason: the economy may be slowing. A Feb. 3 report by the state’s nonpartisan Legislative Analyst’s Office found, “December and January income tax collections came in modestly short … more
During his State of the State Address last week, Gov. Bentley laid out his four-year plan, which included spending up to $800 million to build four new super prisons. The next day, the governor announced that he wants to transfer $181 million out … more
Family Christmas traditions are treasures beyond measure. Some of my fondest memories are of Christmas. The aroma of hot chocolate steeping on the stove and pecan pies baking in my mama’s oven on cold December mornings told me that it was … more
Illogically, the words of a song have been lodged in my mind the past few days: “Imagine there’s no countries / It isn’t hard to do / nothing to kill or die for / And no religion too / Imagine all the people / Living life in peace … more
My dad quit school in the fifth grade and went to work. Of course, this was in the early 1930s around the time of the Great Depression, so his story was not unique. Like most boys his age, he learned early in life how to work with his hands. … more
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