Snobbery and Promotion
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Category Archives: Dayton Ohio
There is a walkway path along the Stillwater River in Englewood that connects Grossnickel Park and that new lake along Wenger road. While we generally support walkways in parks, the stretch of walkway that passes underneath Interstate 70 is very, … Continue reading
I am going out a ledge with this post, but there are some thought cloud trending happening in the news, in blogs and in our culture generally that looks like it is going to take hold of the way we … Continue reading
“The bigger the government gets, the smaller the people get.” John Boehner said this on June 29 interview with the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Apparently we have gotten so small in Boehner’s eyes that we are no bigger than ants. If not … Continue reading
Yesterday, the GOP-filibustered Senate quit trying to extend the jobless benefits for 1.3 million Americans who have been out of work for two years. At the end of the week, these unemployed workers will not only be unpaid, but they … Continue reading
I watched MSNBC Chris Matthews’ The Rise of the New Right yesterday. I learned almost nothing new about the Tea Party and the conservative movement, but Alex Jones’ quote, “We’re in deep tyranny. Deep, deep, deep…” keeps ringing through my … Continue reading