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My roots are blue. Not the political blue of the current climate. Blue-collar blue. My maternal grandfather had a third grade education and spent almost three decades picking up trash for the city of … more
I recently began keeping track of the common spelling mistakes that make us laugh (or groan). My social media friends began adding to the list. So before the “statue” of limitations runs out … more
People are talking about Sunset Memorial Gardens again — and it’s not good.It seems that every few years, we hear public complaints about the care and upkeep of Cleveland’s largest and … more
My student debt is famous …OK, it’s not that well known, but I was interviewed in the Wall Street Journal about student debt in 2021, so it’s basically public information that I owe $156,000 … more
Dear Editor: In the Aug. 27 issue, the topmost first story by Anna Shand runs a total of 40 column inches. She quotes three recent Lee grads about how happy they are for President Joe Biden's … more
Dear Editor: I’m writing in reference to the Aug. 27 article “Graduates thankful for loan relief” and I’m frustrated with the lack of balance in this story.  … more
Struggling for relevancy, Joe Biden just announced he is going to forgive some student loan debt. This is an insult to anyone who paid off his or her college debt, or did not take on any, and got a … more
I am ecstatic.Apparently, life is supposed to be fair, and no one told me anything about it. Last week, the Biden administration signed an executive order to cancel up to $10,000 in student loan debt … more
Dear Editor:My letter today is not unique to the grieving families throughout Cleveland and their relatives living beyond my beloved hometown. I am just a daughter in North Carolina who misses her … more
It’s hard to overstate the importance of "Uncle Tom’s Cabin" by Harriet Beecher Stowe. It was second-bestselling book of the 19th century (following the Bible) and was translated into 20 … more
It wasn’t much of a joke, as far as jokes go.I saw the man wearing two hats, one on top of the other. The second hat may have been for his wife. It was decorated with intricate drawings. He was … more
I recently picked up a Rolling Stone magazine. It was never known to be a source of country music information, but for some reason they decided to name “The 25 Greatest Country Songs of All … more
You might have heard the phrase, "That's unconstitutional" or "That's my constitutional right!" Many times Americans believe that sayings and phrases are in our Constitution, but they really … more
A lot of people think that the pinnacle of journalism is working for a publication with national exposure, like The New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal or The Chicago Tribune. These … more
I had some time to kill, which is a rare occurrence for a Monday morning.I decided to go get a cup of coffee somewhere in town and write the column. I had a pretty good idea for a tear jerker. In … more
Dr. Anthony Fauci finally decided to retire at age 81. It gives President Joe Biden time to replace him with a less lethal subvariant bureaucrat.Fauci says he would like to retire now (with his … more
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