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Sunday, June 20, 2021


Obama a modern-day FDR

Faced with an economic crisis not too far removed from the track we seem to be on now, FDR tried his best to stabilize...

UN fails to live up to mission

The U.N. was created to ensure that the horrors of World War II would "never again" unfold against the people of the world. It...

Romance doesn’t need a holiday

Every year, on Feb. 14, dozens of roses are purchased, boxes of chocolate are delivered, and restaurants are packed with lovebirds.

Three-foot teddy bears convey a message of love and compassion, but also the fact that someone spent a ridiculous amount of money on something the recipient probably doesn't want as a permanent fixture in their home.

The next morning there is no difference in our lives except a $100 dent in our checking accounts.

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