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BRAD MERRIMAN-EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Anyone watch the discovery channel or A&E lately? Its like they took the dumbest ass group of backwoods, inbred, rednecks they could find, with no talent, and no life, jerked them out of the trailer park, and made shows about them. I remember when discovery had interesting shows you could learn from, how … Continue reading

Remembering Japan’s Heroes: The Fukushima 50…And Many More

I usually write about American politics and what is affecting our nation. Today, I write about groups of workers who risked their lives not just for their families, not just for their country, but to protect potentially millions, possibly hundreds of millions, around the world. These were not highly trained military personnel, they were just … Continue reading

Let’s Keep Doing The Time Warp

Everyone has always told me that I’m lucky to be growing up in The Age of Technology. Social media and cell phones have advanced and taken over a majority of the population, in the same way that practically all humans have this insatiable urge to buy themselves a bigger television. Commercials and bill boards are … Continue reading


I believe that everyone has the right to bear arms. If you own a gun, then I”m sure you have learned basic gun safety and keep your guns unloaded and locked up. I do not like guns. I have never handled a gun but my husband and just about everyone I know has guns and … Continue reading

Obamacare: Bad Economics, Bad Insurance

As we’ve just passed the 3rd anniversary of the passage of ObamaCare, it’s worth it to reflect on the merits of the bill. ObamaCare was sold to the public as universal health insurance. Insurance, in and of itself, is an exchange of a premium payment in return for a guarantee against specific loss criteria — … Continue reading

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013)

“I’m the Incredible Burt Wonderstone.” Is magic that one timeless thing that lies in our hearts and no matter what age, when you see it you think, “Whoa… Wow… Ooo-Ahhh?” It definitely is, and this movie is not only the comedy we’ve all hoped for between the great magician Burt Wonderstone, (Steve Carell), and Brain … Continue reading

Good Fun or Bad Sportsmanship?

For the first time in a long time, I went to an NBA game.  As a native Hoosier, I always support the Pacers, but haven’t had the inclination to attend many games in the last few years.  I’ve always marveled at the mix of people at these games.  You have the die-hard season ticket holding … Continue reading


When I was a child my parents and my grandparents taught me a valuable lesson: if you are caught red-handed, STOP LYING! If your hand is literally in the cookie jar, stop saying “I wasn’t stealing a cookie”. Seems simple enough, so simple a small child understood it. Too bad our politicians still can not … Continue reading

Festival frenzy

These days’ film aficionados everywhere are finding it a whole lot easier to get a flick fix. The burgeoning business of film festivals has fans flocking to screening venues in hopes of an opportunity to preview the next big blockbuster before anyone knows that it will even be a blockbuster. Film festivals have been around … Continue reading

Something Different

I am doing something different this week. Instead of writing on celebrities, well, Hollywood celebrities, I am going to write about an experience I had this past week. I am not a big religious person. I do believe in God. I pray every night, but I don’t go to church like I should. Okay, enough … Continue reading

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