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Category Archives: State
State trees, state birds, state flowers, state songs, states celebrate their histories, heritage, values, economies and much moreby designating special things to differentiates them and makes them special. Utah recently became the first to add a handgun to its identity. Redneck crackers. Continue reading
Well, they don’t call him “Randy” for nothing RawStory.com reports that the wife of frisky Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin State Senator Randy Hopper told protesters picketing their home that the senator wasn’t available…because he lives elsewhere (in Madison, in fact) with his mistress. Continue reading
Sometimes one knows when it’s time to go. Others overstay their welcome and must be shown to door. Martin Harty ((R-NH), a New England politician, is such a man. Continue reading
Educational funding is a sore spot in thousands of communities across America. With no universally accepted model, states drum up funds that seem to guarantee little other than meeting minimum standards. Frustrated by scant resources, teachers make do. With household … Continue reading
A friend sent me this over a week ago and I just sifted through enough of my “in box” to find it. From Huffington Post, it appeared under the title : “Palin Supporters Struggle To Explain Why They Support Palin,” … Continue reading
Roy Blunt promised a plan but the GOP never generated one. What the GOP delivered is anything but comprehensive. It’s a mongrel made up of sundry components, the best of which could strengthen a plan but in no way can stand by itself as one. Continue reading
I blame HBO–and David Simon. On Monday, HBO on Demand threw up the second half of Season 4 of “The Wire,” which I’ve seen several times but may be my favorite (a nose ahead of Season 2) .
I’m hypnotized by “The Wire.” When it appears, I gladly suspend other meaningful pleasures including riding my motorcycle and sleep to watch and re watch it. I was up most of the night. Continue reading
From the “It Ain’t Over`Til It’s Over” Department, after over six months, numerous recounts, court rulings and delay tactics by Republican incumbent Norm Coleman, Minnesota’s Republican governor Tim Pawlenty still stubbornly refuses to certify Mr. Franken as the winner of … Continue reading