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Facebook. Salesforce. Spotify. The list goes on. They sent workers home when the pandemic first took hold of the United States, and they've told them they never have to go back into an office. … more
Is Washington DC using politics or common sense in dealing with the crisis at our southern border? Well it looks like the State of Texas is taking the issue into its own hands and has marshaled … more
Back in 1975, my Grandpa Kohler decided to buy my sisters and me sewing machines. We each got a Kenmore Model 1947 from Sears, complete with fancy zigzag stitches and buttonhole attachments. Made … more
It's the sort of thing you're not supposed to admit to when you're a photographer, but here goes. I hate being photographed. But I do it anyway…because I don't want to be selfish. Hate and … more
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has criticized the concept of mail ballots, arguing it raises the prospect of cheating. As election administrators have long agreed, the risk of fraud … more
During these long days of Covid one of the things that I have enjoyed most is walking my dogs. I often get to see my neighbors and have a brief chat. But often I see no one, and I find these long … more
It doesn't matter how many puppies you've raised. Each time the process starts over with a new one, you realize all over again that you're about to completely lose your mind. You will become a … more
Radio and TV host Rush Limbaugh, one of the leading voices of the conservative movement over the last 30 years, has died at the age of 70. Limbaugh died February 17 after a battle with advanced … more
Latin's a dead language/As dead as it could be. /It killed off all the Romans,/ and now it's killing me. Those of you who took Latin in high school or college have no doubt heard the poem above. … more
It's an unfamiliar feeling, being grateful for one's asthma. Year after year, my constricted airways have punished me with a propensity for minor colds to take up residence in my chest and turn … more
President Joe Biden used the third anniversary of the Parkland school shooting to announce divisive gun control legislation and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton answered the proposed legislation … more
We seem to be witnessing a new national appreciation for poetry since the marvelous Amanda Gorman has shared her work with us all at the Inauguration and at the Super Bowl. Ms. Gorman, a graduate … more
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