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Let us talk, for a moment, about goat yoga. For me, it’s a big naa-aa-aa-aah. Weeks ago, my family visited a petting zoo. We walked among the goats as they stared at us with their evil eyes … more
Nineteen Democrats running for president took the stage in Iowa on Sunday to woo voters. It was a circus of left-wingers going bonkers for things most Americans don’t want. The front-runners back … more
For those who despair that the rule of law in America is being crushed by liberal fake news, we have encouraging news out of Ohio. A jury has ruled that Oberlin College, one of the nation’s most … more
While it’s a commonly known fact I generally avoid political speeches at all cost, occasionally I get a news alert on my phone alerting me that America’s favorite communist uncle, Bernie Sanders, … more
We are living in a time of increasing domestic tension. Some of it stems from the presidency of Donald Trump. Another part of it is various advocacy groups on both sides of the political spectrum … more
So many times in my life I have been criticized for being old-school. There’s a real shock ... probably the biggest dinosaur in the state getting called old-school. While many might take offense … more
OK. If you haven’t purchased your card yet, this is fair warning: You only have four days until Father’s Day. Why don’t you impress your loved one with some trivia about the holiday? Did … more
Those who know me know that I have a part-time vocation of officiating youth baseball games. I think I could successfully argue that I have called more games than almost anyone in the area since … more
An unprecedented event took place when President Donald Trump gave Attorney General William Barr authority to declassify millions of pages of sensitive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court … more
When we were younger we would instantly request a certain radio station or music artist to listen to when getting in the car. Whether we were riding with friends, family or alone, most of us had a … more
In 1788 the Hillsborough Convention convened to consider ratification of the U.S. Constitution and also to approve an “unalterable” seat of government. They did neither. The Constitution, they … more
“His name is Howell!” “OK, fine. Then I have to remove Howell,” I said. My daughter has a love of naming things — even things that are latched on to her body and sucking her blood. I … more
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