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Rules and unintended consequences

One curse of human nature is that good intentions mixed with authority often result in the urge to crank out new rules that just...

An open letter to high school graduates — Part 2

So, you’re not sure you want to go to college? You won’t be alone if that is your decision. Of those who do decide...

Secret Giant Bubble Juice

Against the backdrop of a clear sky, colors of purple, silver, and blue chased each other, swirling over the surface of the bubble in...

Discipline problems require a firm hand, not a pill

Question: My 7-year-old son, an only child, is giving me fits. He’s overly active and will not cooperate in any instruction I give him....

Extra! Extra! Newspapers dying!

I know, I know. Fake news! Media bias! Intellectual arrogance! That’s my old profession, the newspaper business, as contemporary Americans understand it — assuming...

Remembering the pioneers

In a country preoccupied with presidential candidates preaching extreme liberalism and even unabashed socialism comes America’s greatest living historian, David McCullough, with a new...

Dr. Calvin Hanrahan

You don’t forget a man like Dr. Calvin Hanrahan. At least I can’t. I wonder, from time to time, if he remembers me. Dr. Hanrahan...

Ask Father Paul: Does God determine the time of our death

DEAR FATHER PAUL:  Growing up I often heard a lot of my elders  say when someone (a believer) we knew died, something like this,...

Being Mom

While my three brothers, The Sister, and I experienced a magical time for those seven years growing up on Flamingo Street, a big part...

Mother’s Day 2019

One of Mama’s constraint refrains was, “None of y’uns realize how much I do for this family. When I’m gone, y’all will all realize...
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