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Punching back against chronic pain

It began as a headache, something I thought was the result from working at the front desk of the Senior Center and dealing with an automatic sliding door opening and closing all afternoon. Every time it opened, I was hit […]

Punching back against chronic pain

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It began as a headache, something I thought was the result from working at the front desk of the Senior Center and dealing with an automatic sliding door opening and closing all afternoon. Every time it opened, I was hit […]

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Closing a summer of discontent

President Trump came across more like a guy trying to make up for a bad first impression on a date than he did a strong leader when he made

Kaepernick movement misses the mark

Colin Kaepernick is a man of principle.  You may not agree with his take on life in America for blacks. You might think he is misinformed or just believe

Dressing for success: A good T-shirt Is getting hard to find

I am not a hoarder. The past 16 months has seen me rid myself of a lot of stuff thanks to a few moves and some serious downsizing. I

Running: A love lost and found

The urge never left. Refusing to die despite a ten year absence, I was never able to rid myself of the one thing that consistently made me feel alive.

Football: A few thoughts on the sport

It's that time of year when football replaces the recent lull in the sporting world.  Since the NBA tittle was decided, there simply has not been much of long

Donald Trump, the savant

I’d like to begin this article by ensuring readers these are my actual words. None of this was written by my father and submitted as the final copy. I

Pardon me? President Trump’s dishonesty is taking America into the gutter

There's an old joke about a husband who wakes up every morning and says to his wife, “I want to apologize in advance for everything I do wrong today.”

Back In The Day

I'm not sure why, but we seem to be fascinated with stuff that should have died (figuratively or literally) a long time ago. Yes, the past is always better

America’s real Trump problem

I have nothing new to add of insight behind our president and his seemingly unending assault on the office that has withstood each of his predecessors. Like many of

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