Sunday, August 02, 2020

DENIAL IS not just a river in Egypt, as the ancient joke goes. It’s the Democrat/media/Left’s comprehensive response to the nationwide riots that rage on, seven weeks after the funeral of police-brutality victim George Floyd. His memory has been kidnapped by the most violent insurrectionists…

Friday, July 31, 2020

Moments after becoming president on August 9, 1974, Gerald Ford said, “Our long national nightmare is over.” Having served a quarter-century in Congress, he understood that presidents are to “take care” that laws produced by the first branch of government are “faithfully executed.” The natio…

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

I LOVE reading columns that snap and crackle and poke powerful people in the kisser and I am bored by columns like this one, which is about the goodness and generosity of life, but what can I say? When you’re busy doing things you love and you skip the news for a while, life can be beautiful…

Friday, July 24, 2020
Wednesday, July 22, 2020

THIRTY-EIGHT percent of Americans surveyed believe the Prez is doing a good job with the pandemic, which is good news for folks offering Florida timeshares for August and telemarketers who’ll turn your songs into No. 1 hits if you give them your credit card number. Thirty-eight percent appro…

Sunday, July 19, 2020

IS THE U.S., preoccupied with a pandemic and a depression that medical crisis created, prepared for a collision with China over Beijing’s claims to the rocks, reefs and resources of the South China Sea?

Friday, July 17, 2020

I AM a writing man, I got the sedentary blues. I need to take a walk soon as I find my shoes. I got a good woman and she gave me a talk. She said, “You’re going to need a walker if you don’t get out and walk.” I came to New York City to try to make my mark. Now I am an old man and I walk in …

Sunday, July 12, 2020

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Two judges were in the news last week. One made a decision on a ballot access issue. The other died after a long life of public service.

New Hampshire made some history recently when Governor Sununu signed HB 1182. This bill established a way for pilots to register and get license plates for “roadable aircraft.” These are “flying cars” in common parlance.

Grumbling has already begun regarding the large number of mail-in ballots we will see in this fall’s election. A certain high profile politician has even suggested delaying the November poll.

It seems fitting that Bob Bahre was laid to rest just days before the running of the next NASCAR race at the little Loudon track that Bahre turned into a huge national success.

If Manchester’s school district can’t figure out a way to hold a school board meeting where some members participate remotely, we can’t imagine how a “hybrid” school year is supposed to succeed.