The Case for Anger

  I believe in friendly debate, without rancor or personal animosity. But sometimes, the issues being debated become so personal that emotional involvement is unavoidable. I don’t see, for example, how you and I could unemotionally debate the failure of the current Congress to fulfill its obligation to the US Constitution. We would be discussing […]
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All Quiet on Post Lane

  This morning, as I watched Sandra watching Zandy the cat watching the squirrels, on the other side of the glass-paned door,┬áthe real world seemed a million miles away. Here on Post Lane, our major activities include feeding the cats – four inside and two still stubbornly outside. And the possum. And the squirrels. Now […]
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With the Media Misleading America, it’s Time to Play the “Race Card”

As the chatter rains down upon us in the wake of Tuesday’s special election to fill the late Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat, every conceivable reason has been suggested for Republican Scott Brown’s stunning upset of Democrat Martha Coakley. Every conceivable reason but the main one: racism. There’s the national debt, the deficit, “big government” and […]
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