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In December, 1994, we signed the loan papers to buy our house. It had been a bumpy road to get that loan. When I’d called our bank, the loan officer there had asked a few screening questions. Yes, we had steady jobs. No, we weren’t deep in debt. I hit a brick wall when heContinue reading “Too Poor, and not Poor Enough”
Although Thanksgiving is not strictly an American holiday (some 15 other nations celebrate a “gratitude” tradition in one way or another), still, the date and circumstances of the Pilgrims’ first observation are, of course, unique to our nation. It is indeed fitting that we take a day to show appreciation for family and friends, alongContinue reading “The American Way [?]”
I guess it’s somewhat comforting that Congressman Paul Gosar was censured for posting an animated cartoon online showing a character attempting to kill Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and swinging two swords at President Biden. I mean, that’s one small victory for civility, anyway, although it rings just a bit hollow when his fellow Republicans (with twoContinue reading “Where Does It End?”
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