Tag Archives: politics

Sour Milk

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Cream rises to the top.  Many are aware of the saying, often delivered in a smug tone, to explain the inevitable emergence of a person into a position of leadership and power.   The words are delivered with an inflection that implies the certainty of the occurrence as well as our daftness for not seeing it […]

Buckeye Bull’s Eye: Unions Score a (Defensive) Win

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It is a measure of our times when the hoopla over a very important union victory is really grounded in the fact that we managed to simply reclaim ground lost in a recent brazen attack on collective bargaining rights in a key state. This week’s 61-39 vote to overturn the draconian Ohio anti-union bill championed by […]

Politics Afield: Brits Eat Young, Too.

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Immigration is the current “hot tamale” in US politics with states passing restrictive legislation faster than Herman Cain can say “I reject all those charges.” We hear so much about our “open” border that we think we own the issue and it’s nice to learn we don’t.  It’s also nice to realize that amidst all […]

Candidate Cain: Coulter’s Quisling

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Ann Coulter, uber-conservative doyen and right wing grenade thrower is doing her best to infuse the current discussion about the suitability of Herman Cain to be president with calculated race-baiting commentary, which is most odd. Since we already have an African-American president the idea of raising the issue of race is bizarre outside the context […]

FE Talk: Humpday Hangout

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Victoria Huckenpahler
Film: When “D” Stands for Dog
People, apart from historians, tend to forget that D Day signaled some of the War's greatest losses. We tend to think of the landing on Omaha Beach as marking the end of the troubles, but by no means. Under the circumstances it is not just sad, but obscene, that the event would be treated cavalierly.
2014-10-14 15:30:56
David B.
Film: When “D” Stands for Dog
Americans either don't know or don't care to admit that without the enormous sacrifices and steady advances of the Red Army, the outcome at Normandy might have been very different.
2014-10-14 15:07:23
Mike
Film: When “D” Stands for Dog
Tks for the review!!!!!
2014-10-14 14:00:06
Eric Lamar
Film: When “D” Stands for Dog
J- Indeed, you are right and thanks for writing. Eric
2014-10-14 13:55:10
Jim Malone
Film: When “D” Stands for Dog
Good effort Eric, I along with 6 other ex firefighters have just returned from a charity walk commemorating the sacrifice of our fathers, grandfathers and relatives in both World Wars, from St Valery en Caux where Churchill abandoned the Highland Division in June 1940, to the divisions final battle honour, Goch on the Rhine. Any…
2014-10-14 13:53:24
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