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You can’t break the American spirit. When we are forced to face adversity, somehow, we find a way to come together and rise above it. It might be a flood, tornado, fire, or earthquake; nothing will break the backs of […]

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You can’t break the American spirit. When we are forced to face adversity, somehow, we find a way to come together and rise above it. It might be a flood, tornado, fire, or earthquake; nothing will break the backs of […]

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Stopping top down hate

I am glad I am not a world traveler. I could not imagine facing citizens from other nations and having to answer their questions about our president. The level

Immigrants, welcome to America

Dear Earnest Foreigner, If you aspire to come to this great nation, please be prepared to be rudely awakened by some of the aspects keeping us from advancing our culture.

Letters to Myself: A portrait of humor that is ahead of its time

It seems we have lost the ability to write letters now that everything has been condensed to 140 characters or a bunch of emojis. Since no one has written

Happy New Year: Nothing new here

I am trying to figure out why each year such a big deal is made about ringing in a new year. Out with the old and in with the

2017: the Year of the Headache

My head hurts.  I wish I could blame it all on the election  of Donald Trump, but he is not the only cause for the throbbing this year has

Deleting Net Neutrality really really bytes

It looks like the corporatist Big Boys want to squeeze us, the little people, for some more money: real time monetary units, bellicose bit-coin or pray tell, is it

Crimson Astray: When politicians perpetuate the death penalty against the will of the people

Progressive Alabamians faced an election night last year that was by turns terrifying and soul-crushing, but also, when it comes to criminal justice reform, vaguely hopeful. While many were

Ron Burgundy has some lessons for today’s anchormen

Who would have thought the film Anchorman  would serve as both a humorous and accurate look at the world of television news? While the film may have poked fun at

Thanksgiving happy? We’re one year closer to the last

Thanksgiving. Happy? We celebrate by a parade of gluttony and self-righteous American exclusivity. Excuse me, could you pass the genetically engineered mammal fat please? I need some more of

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