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Are you scared? According to the United Nations, the world is in immediate danger, and we must stop all licensing or funding of new oil and gas and stop an expansion of existing oil and gas reserves. … more
Before Star Trek and Star Wars, before science fiction movies, before Marvel movies with Captain America, the Hulk, Iron Man and Thor, there were westerns, and of course, John Wayne, the … more
Hatred of Donald Trump has more than once caused the leaders in the Democrat party to go against what is good for the country. A prime example of this is the viral video app TikTok. In 2020, … more
In  last week’s column, I expressed my opinion on the electric car. This week is a light-hearted look at the medium of transport that has occupied my garage more than any other vehicle. … more
Car manufacturers are rushing head over heels to get on the electric car bandwagon. President Joe Biden tells us that “the future of the auto industry is electric.” The catchphrase for … more
In my column two weeks ago, I quoted Rich Lowry from an opinion piece printed in the New York Post: “There’s nothing white supremacy can’t do.” So I did some research. … more
Everyone remembers the first presidential election they voted in. I was 20 years old and in college when I had the privilege to vote for the 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan. The … more
It can happen to anyone, the self-inflicted wound called foot-in-mouth disease. For a select few, it is a disease they will keep with them for the rest of their lives. The only cure is … more
In 1770, six years before the Declaration of Independence, the population of the 13 colonies in America was just over 2.148 million. For comparison, the metropolitan area population of St. Louis is … more
As Connie and I raised our three children almost 30 years ago, we brought them up the best way we knew how. Part of that job is protecting their innocence. Like most parents, we wanted them to … more
One of my favorite stories from the late Zig Ziglar is entitled “The Balloon Salesman.” Many years ago, a balloon salesman was selling balloons on the streets of New York City. When … more
Hotels are the most popular vacation accommodation in the United States. To meet this demand, over 91,000 hotels and motels have 9 million rooms available for use every day of the year. According … more
Have you ever purchased a product or service at the recommendation of a celebrity spokesperson? Many of us have. Nothing helps sell a product like a celebrity endorsement. One that comes to mind … more
Let’s get one thing straight, politicians lie. No matter what their political leanings, they lie, believing that many, if not most, voters will never discover the truth.  There is one … more
Francis B. Church, editor of the New York Sun in 1897, printed his reply to a little girl’s question, “Is there a Santa Claus?” And “Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa … more
Some believe there are no significant differences between the two major political parties in the United States. They are mistaken. There are five main differences in what the left stands for … more
I want to organize society into three groups for this week’s column. First are those who have never heard of Our Lady of Guadalupe. The second group includes Catholics and non-Catholics who … more
Since 1812 there have been several attempts to terrorize or overthrow the government of the United States with violent attacks on our capitol. I covered this in detail in my column dated Jan. 20, … more
Thanksgiving is America’s oldest holiday. It encompasses all races, religions and cultures. Most families, including my own, have Thanksgiving traditions.  The Wall Street Journal also … more
Last Thursday, Nov. 3, was the “International Day against Violence and Bullying,” as declared by UNESCO. According to verywellmind.com, “Bullying is the repeated infliction of harm … more
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