This is 9 Canterbury Road, the house in Oxford where my daughter Bethany is living this semester. … Continue reading
I’ve given up trying to read HR 3200 in its entirety. I’ve given up not because it is too long, but because there is no point in finishing it. In the words of Congressman John Conyers, “What good is reading … Continue reading
I’ve given up trying to read HR 3200 in its entirety.
I’ve downloaded HR 3200 and have been attempting to read it. I’m not sure if my chronic headache is a result of this exercise, or because I just quit drinking Mountain Dew cold turkey. So far, I’ve read about half … Continue reading
An old high school buddy and I, recently re-united via Facebook, find ourselves at opposite ends of the political spectrum. He’s left of center, and I’m pretty far to the right. Naturally, the topic of health care is a point … Continue reading
I’ve always disliked the term “white trash”, not just because it insults a white person, but because it also insults non-white people. I’m not sure exactly why, but to me the term carries a subtle implication that all black people … Continue reading
I was reminded that I have a blog when I came across an old friend on Facebook this week. I had not seen Scott Hunt since grade school, but recognized his face in an old photo posted on Facebook. Turns … Continue reading