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Immigration: Truth and Myths

This article was published in the Lawrence County Advocate on Wednesday, December 17, 2014. On a recent Sunday, […]

Government, More or Less

This op-ed was published in the Wednesday, October 29, 2014, edition of the Lawrence County Advocate. In Wednesday’s […]

Plainspeak for the Masses, Please

This article appeared in the Wednesday, October 9, 2014 edition of the Lawrence County Advocate. It addresses four […]

Staking Out The Moral High Ground?

“Fourth District’s Tea Party majority seems to ignore that DesJarlais is forever in the swamp” Please note: This […]

Bunco Recipes

Recently, I hosted female friends for a rousing night of Bunco. (For those unaware of what Bunco is, […]

Oops! They Did It Again

This article appeared in the Wednesday, July 2, 2014, issue of The Lawrence County Advocate with the subheading, Hobby […]

Playing by the rules

Is something good for our democracy if it mostly benefits one side or the other? This question has […]

Can You Feel My Pain?

After reading two articles recently, one after another, I had an epiphany that made each one easier to […]

Waiting on the Trickle Down

The following Op-Ed appeared in the December 25, 2013 issue of the Lawrence County Advocate under the title […]

Cooking with Quaffs

I learned a new word a while ago when working the Sunday New York Times crossword puzzle but […]

O Christmas Tree

‘Tis the season, and I am approaching it with caution. Oh, Christmas is a glorious holiday, that is […]

Feeding The Hungry Among Us

The following essay appeared in the Lawrence County Advocate on November 20, 2013: Feeding the hungry in our […]