A Facebook friend of mine has dug up THIS WONDERFUL STORY from four† years ago:
One morning back in 1977, I was having coffee with a certain prominent public official (an appointee, not a politician) whose judgment in most matters I usually respected.
Our conversation eventually turned to an upcoming local [...]]]>
Most Americans are not following the controversies regarding the Internal Revenue Service and the Benghazi tragedy with especially intense interest, as we see http://www.news-star.com/article/20130517/BLOGS/305179965/-1/blogs01
Ordinarily, I like to know what’s going on in the world. But I’m glad I didn’t know about http://www.news-star.com/article/20130517/NEWS/305179967/-1/blogs01
The right-wing noise machine has strongly implied, and falsely so, that the Obama administration doctored government emails concerning the Benghazi tragedy.
In truth, however,† it was [...]]]>
So, here’s an idea as to how Obama can [...]]]>
My kitchen, the room where I spend so many happy family hours.† The place where I re-create my grandmother’s food and present it to my kids so that they know their heritage and carry it forward.† Then, there are the dinners that have been inspired by [...]]]>
It’s probably safe to say that many Americans think the current “scandal” at the Internal Revenue Service is about who has to pay how much in taxes.
But that’s not the case, as Steven Rattner
The image above, which I ran across on Facebook this morning, is based on an http://www.news-star.com/article/20130517/NEWS/305179978/-1/blogs01
The Washington Post editorial board, which is not always as liberal as some conservatives seem to think it is, makes good sense in http://www.news-star.com/article/20130517/NEWS/305179970/-1/blogs01