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I’ve never been a huge fan of hot chocolate. For some reason, I don’t enjoy cauterizing the inside of my mouth after being duped by the deceptively-tepid whipped cream or marshmallow topping. more
Middle-class philanthropy may be dying. Citing a study released by the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, “National Review” magazine says the share of American … more
It’s a stretch, but I think I know the real reason the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago. more
Is Davos over yet? Is it safe to turn on our TVs without being scolded by formerly important environmentalists like old Al Gore or creepy young climate warriors like Greta Thunberg? Not … more
Groundhog Day cannot come soon enough. more
I grew up in such a simple time. From the time I was 6, I manned the cash register at my family’s grocery store. more
Being directly associated with the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway now for 19 years, I have learned to be patient. I have realized that if goals are set and not realized in the expected timeframe, it’s not the end of the world. more
I am concerned that the Cleveland Daily Banner’s perspective is out of step with its community and its important duty as a pillar of our republic.  more
I love my gas stove — almost as much as I love my Weber gas grill. more
According to a recent Wall Street Journal article, the demand for older models in the fashion and cosmetics industries is exploding. more
Despite my childhood dreams, I have reached an inevitable conclusion: I could never be President of the United States. more
The next time you go fishing or boating, contemplate this fact: Use of a lake was once the cause of a violent chapter in Tennessee history. more
It was predictable: As reported in the Cleveland Daily Banner on Dec. 15, 2022, according to City Manager Joe Fivas, Cleveland taxpayers will pay to renovate the Cherokee Hotel and convert it into City Hall at a cost likely to exceed $10 million! More on the real cost of renovation later, but what happened to the much ballyhooed suggestions from Fivas that private investors were clamoring to convert the Cherokee “White-Elephant” into a mixed use retail, office and residential downtown-redevelopment anchor with a “spectacular” roof-top restaurant and group-meeting facilities? more
I almost threw away my old lace napkins. more
In the 1980s, I repeatedly watched a recorded copy of the film “Escape from New York” on my family’s Panasonic VCR — complete with tuning knobs the size of hubcaps. more
Don’t worry, America. Big Media will never let Joe Biden get away with illegally taking classified documents from the White House in 2016 and stashing them at his office and in his garage … more
When you have the beginning of a cold, nothing sparkly to wear and you really hate New Year’s, you watch television. If a certain station has the good sense to run a marathon of vintage Twilight Zone episodes, your choice is made from the moment you hear “doo dee da doo, doo dee da doo” coming from what you think is your flat screen-but which could, in fact, originate from another planetary system. more
It hard to tell what’s changing faster, the weather or words used to describe it. more
A week after Joe Biden became president, he signed Executive 0rder 14008 (EO) that announced his commitment to protect 30% of U.S. land and water — 41.5 million acres per year — by 2030. Then, on May 6, 2021, the Department of the Interior published “Conserving and Restoring America the Beautiful,” a preliminary report about what’s become known as the “30 x 30” plan. more
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