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Republicans Fight, Against American Interests​​

The election is over. President Barack Hussein Obama II was the victor, and the work of moving this nation FORWARD begins apace. Unfortunately, there are some Americans who don’t quite see it that way. There are Republicans who are bitter, visibly upset, and who are still utilizing doublespeak against all Americans. They acknowledge the President’s … Continue reading

​I Can’t Get No, Satisfaction​

“I can’t get no satisfaction, But I try, and I try, and I try, and I try I can’t get no, no, no, no…” Anybody out there who doesn’t know this song?  If you don’t then you’re a newborn or a toddler. I think everyone knows this song, sung by the Rolling Stones. I have … Continue reading

Gray Thursday is Destroying an American Holiday

When I was a kid, the Friday after Thanksgiving had a very specific ritual.  My mother and sister, along with my grandmother and aunts on occasion, would get up before dawn and head out to the stores.  My father and I would wake up at a much more reasonable time and get to work on … Continue reading

Understanding School Scheduling

As I visited Kansas a couple years ago a lot of time was spent trying to get me to understand what a “block schedule” was. Living in Washington something we always talked about having in our school district was a block system but the school district offices never followed through with it. As I’ve entered … Continue reading

​​Marlins Fire Sale Again, Commissioner Approved​​

The Miami Marlins were at it again, sending most of their good players to the Toronto Blue Jays, in a 12-player blockbuster trade.  Yet this was unlike the previous 2 times in 1997 and 2003.  In those years, the fire sale occurred after the then Florida Marlins had just won the World Series!  At least … Continue reading

The Challenge of the Middle East

Today as I write this, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is on her way to the Middle-East, her objective?  To aid in bringing the Israelis and Palestinians to the negotiating table, her goal, to end the current conflict, and stop the loss of blood and death on both sides.  Just to be clear, her objective … Continue reading

Move Over Phil, Lakers Hire D’Antoni​​

Wow, with one of the most baffling moves, the Los Angeles Lakers hired former New York Knicks head coach Mike D’Antoni, over the “Zen Master” Phil Jackson late last Sunday night.  D’Antoni, with a career 388-339 coaching record, agreed to a three-year deal worth $12 million, with a team option for a fourth season.  Apparently, … Continue reading

Who is Responsible for the Fall of Hostess?

“Someday very soon, life’s little Twinkie gauge is gonna go… empty.”  Tallahassee would be in panic mode right now.  For those who may not know, Tallahassee is the character from the film Zombieland who is on a mission to find the world’s last Twinkie.  On Friday, Hostess filed a petition to liquefy the company.  Could … Continue reading

​Yoga Pants

As I strolled into the high school the other day, I heard a small rumor, “Mr. Franza is going to make yoga pants against school rules!” Some preppy freshmen whined. I nearly stopped dead in my tracks. As people started bumping into me in the over crowded hall ways I decided to speed up while … Continue reading

General Shame

Last week General David Patreous went public about his extramarital affair with his biographer, Paula Broadwell, that has been ongoing for more than a year.  I can almost understand a slip up, a one time fling.  I have never lived my life on the road away from home and I will not judge him for … Continue reading

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