Monthly Archives: April 2012

Unduly Pessimistic?

According to Will Rogers this is the before-election promise season. After the election it will be the alibi season, where the winners explain why they can’t keep their promises. (Hint, it’s the other guys’ fault.) Peggy Noonan, who was a … Continue reading

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Worry

Ed Stein, gocomics.com For larger image click on picture.   Do you ever get the feeling the world is like the Titanic, about to experience a great catastrophe? Do you agree with Sir Cadogan in Harry Potter? Have a stout … Continue reading

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Giving Wisely

  I’ve been spending a lot of time the past few days doing research on charities that support some of my favorite causes. In the past the charities would send me reminders each year and I would send them checks. … Continue reading

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April Shower

Click on picture for larger view.   Click on picture for larger view.   Click on picture for larger view.   Click on picture for larger view.   Click on picture for larger view.   We woke up Tuesday morning … Continue reading

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