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Get ready to seek shelter. We’re just a few days away from the annual observance when a naked baby flies around shooting innocent people with a bow and arrow. It’s the day when you … more
The Olympic Winter Games began, as they always do, with the Parade of Nations — many of which we have yet to invade. By parading like that in those loud outfits, however, they just seem to be … more
Carrie Classon/The Postscript #189 Feb 7, 2022/1 The Postscript by Carrie Classon “How Things Are Done” more
“Show me the incentives and I will show you the outcome.” — Charlie Munger, partner of Warren Buffett/Berkshire Hathaway The Biden administration continues to set records — and … more
As a card-carrying member of the “evil news media,” I can testify that my profession is not widely admired. We rank near the bottom, between “Guy with leaky bucket who will pave your driveway … more
Today we mourn the passing from American life of the lowly paperboy. more
I love when my native Tennessee makes national headlines — for noble stuff. I hate it when national education and economic barometers rank us 48th (our state motto should be “Thank God … more
Joe Biden has not advocated for Ukraine to join NATO, saying Ukraine is corrupt. But I think we all know what that really means: A kickback check to Hunter Biden bounced.Basically, this dustup … more
I have a strong tendency to get songs hung in my head.My mental audio streaming service is always playing something up there, and each song typically spins all day if not longer.The other day, it was … more
  Let’s look at other countries concerning censorship and media outlets. “Governments are using the pandemic as a pretext to crack down on free expression and access to … more
Over the past two years, educators have grappled with change and challenges. The time is now to hold strategic conversations about how we can better our schools, communities and students. Since … more
In my dream, the jungle was thick and dark.There was a river running through it and I was on a small raft, careening down it. The current was flowing fast in the center and I wanted to steer closer … more
The U.S. Postal Service doesn’t say anything about pandemics or lockdowns in its motto. Nonetheless, over the past two years, America’s mail carriers stayed on the job and kept the nation … more
Ever do a reboot? I do this when my computer stalls or when the picture on my TV freezes. I unplug it, plug it back in and let it go through its start-up routine. Soon we’re back to normal.If only … more
It started when John Baker was a seventh grader at Westside Elementary School in Springfield, Tennessee. While paging through his social studies book, he was drawn to an 1891 photo that showed four … more
While President Biden’s downward spiral in public approval continues, nervous Democrats have sought to reassure one another to remain calm, insisting there remains ample time for the administration … more
We are all storytellers in some fashion. Some people are good at it while others can't hold their audiences' interest.Most everything in life is an art; it simply depends on what separates you from … more
I will be visiting the funeral home in a couple of days for a friend who passed away long before he should have. Sadly, it seems I go to more and more these days. I guess it’s just math … more
“You’ll never guess what I did!” my husband, Peter, announced.“You’re right. I won’t.”“I microwaved the masking tape!”I can’t tell you how pleased he was with himself. My husband … more
I have noticed increased advertising throughout Cleveland and in the Cleveland Daily Banner for the sale of alcohol.  This used not to be, and I find it sad, especially considering that in the … more
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