The faces of woke diversity in Minnesota;’s capitol city.
Women’s sports is not a retirement plan for failed male athletes
The passion for saving marine life has again drawn throngs of East Coasters to Atlantic Ocean beaches in desperate attempts to save the Kemp’s ridley sea turtles. It’s a laudable campaign that has been going on for decades. Having cheered on the volunteers, I was reminded by my wife of an article she wrote about […]
Some 2,300 plus years ago, the father of medicine, Hippocrates offered a simple, yet profound, guide for medical practitioners. In four short words, he established an ethical framework that can guide much of human life: “First, Do No Harm.” Ironically for us today, Hippocrates’ four words appeared in his treatise on epidemics. The injunction followed another […]
Hurray and Hallelujah! This photograph was taken of Franklin Delano Roosevelt at his Warm Springs, Georgia home by Nicholas Robbins. The next day, April 12, 1945, Roosevelt did the world a favor by dying. Clearly, for over a year and a half Roosevelt was a dying man who had no business continuing to function as […]
What can one say about Biden’s inaugural address? Nothing I have seen analyzed it better than what was written 100 years ago about Warren Harding’s inaugural speech: It was “an army of pompous phrases marching across the landscape in search of an idea.” Pat Buchanan graciously excused it as “the most confusing, contradictory and incoherent […]
The other day I happened upon a story which demonstrates the decay rotting out life in the Twin Cities. Normally it would be impossible to make up stories like this, but these are not normal times. The image accompanying this blog reveals that in the St. Paul suburb of St Anthony a family was […]
I just finished a column by Paul Rosenberg in his “Freeman’s Weekly” online publication. He offers some challenging perceptions and asks some penetrating questions. If you get a chance to look it up, I would encourage you to do so. I can’t find a way to link to it, so you are on your own […]