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(That’s a cross-cut saw held by the man on the ladder in the above photo—but people forgot his name long ago.) Meanwhile, a brief interlude of time for future generations to look back … more
For “Living without a newspaper” see “‘The Expanding News Desert,” an almost-endless Internet report by Penelope Muse Abernathy, Knight Chair in Journalism and Digital … more
If you come across a serious accident the first thing to do is stop the bleeding. With homelessness, it’s pretty obvious what the equivalent of bleeding is. At present, we have a serious … more
HAS IT BEEN ONLY A YEAR? Actually, yes; it was exactly a year ago this past Friday—noted overnight editor Ed Mazza of HuffPost—when Donald Trump presented one of the most likely wildest … more
Born March 2, 1904, Seuss-Giesel died in 1991. He published his first Seuss book when I was 8 years old. He was almost 38 when the U.S.entered World War II (a contemporary of my father). … more
WRONG! HERE’S THE STORY by reporter Ron Dicker of Huff Post early last week: “A Fox News report criticizing Vice President Kamala Harris for not saluting the military honor guard at Air … more
IT’S NEVER BEEN THE SAME WITHOUT THEM, the Golden Era from about 1960 through the early 1980s. (For identification of above, see following.) Other than our country correspondents, … more
Cats who have lived at this address over the past 60 years have included Tickles, Pickles, Mittens, Whiskers, Rufus, Schubert, Morph (eus), Arthur, Pearl Gray, Earl Gray, Funny Kitty, Henry, Peanut, … more
“BUT THAT’S ULTIMATELY WHY the beginning of the Biden Era is a moment of a relief. We haven’t turned the page on an awful chapter of American history. But finally, together, we can. … more
YES, THANK GOODNESS! I wonder how things would have turned out if the Georgia vote had gone Republican Jan. 5 and we still had Mitch McConnell strutting around the halls of the U.S. Senate the … more
AND I HOPE MORE OF AN ISSUE IS MADE of the fact that while he held down the office of president of the United States, that alone gave him no jurisdiction over international law. Other countries are … more
Why are Donald and his supporters making the transition to the Biden administration as difficult as possible, while Biden continues to plead the cause of ”our fellow Americans”—more … more
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