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The Sunday Driver: June into July

Good Sunday Afternoon to you and yours. Before we commence to tooling around the neighborhood and the nation, let’s get the bad news out of…

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Sugar Coating the Devil

On this day in 1564, by most accurate accounts, William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England. Known as the Bard, Willy Shakes, and by…

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Attention To All COVID-19 Deniers: Embrace Your “Freedom”

I have a question for all those COVID-19 deniers. The ones who protested in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, Virginia and everywhere else who feel that their…

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Up in Lansing With Your Rants, We Can See Your Underpants

As a near-life-long Michigander, this was not my State’s best week ever. Thousands of demonstrators, incited to fury by disinformation and their own MAGA orthodoxy,…

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Captain Cozier and the USS Theodore Roosevelt

We’re all sitting around the house with plenty of time on our hands, so here is a history lesson with relevance in a way that…

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Trump’s Vindictiveness Will Cost People Their Lives

Throughout his decrepit life and malignant presidency, there has been one character trait which has come to define Donald Trump, and that is his vindictiveness….

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