Monthly Archives: August 2009

I don’t like old people. It’s official. Here’s why: They – now, when I say “they,” I don’t mean every old person because there are exceptions to any rule – have reached a point where anything goes. The world revolves … Continue reading

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Not much to report today. My afternoon was consumed by meeting a U.S. Senator who was in Kinston to tour a local plant that’s supposed to be a big deal. I got in a couple health care questions afterwards, but … Continue reading

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New thing starting tonight: I’m not going to look at Facebook before I write a blog. Why? Doing so drives me to negativity. Seriously. Nothing I read on here even remotely resembles what I would call inspirational. Look at my … Continue reading

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When I was a kid growing up about 100 miles south of Buffalo, N.Y., in a little town that went shopping in cities of 15,000 and 18,000, I met people who were Godly. I knew this because they went to … Continue reading

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Obamacare skeptics more interested in promoting rhetoric than anything

Eagle Forum, a conservative public policy organization founded by Phyllis Schlafly, encour-ages town hall meeting attendees to be more vocal about the deliberately-placed loopholes in both the House and Senate health care bills which will allow illegal immigrants to apply … Continue reading

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The weather of that day in New Bern will be back again this year. And the next. And the year after that. It was about 30 degrees, rainy, windy. Typical winter weather in eastern N.C. It’ll be like that again. … Continue reading

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T(ow!)n Hall

Tonight I went to one of those town hall meetings regarding health care that everyone’s been hearing about. The first I heard about them was from conservative media, who said “the left” was trying to silence opponents of President Obama’s … Continue reading

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