Monthly Archives: May 2018

A Royal Wedding

Today’s the day for another royal wedding. I am the most devoted of devoted Anglophiles. I think there is hardly anyone, among my friends who say they are British Royal fanatics, too, who can outsmart me when it comes to Britain’s family tree. I recently bought a 1929 Tudor revival home that we are moving…

PTC declares the cup stops here

The recent allegations against a McIntosh High baseball coach has Peachtree City students and families on opposite sides. Some are asserting that the acts are sexual battery, while others suggest that his actions are simply relating to a “cup check.” To be clear, coaches are responsible for protecting their athletes from sustaining sports related injuries. This means…

Alabama Election: A fluke or a predictor?

Despite being able to pass a “Christmas gifts for all” unbalanced budget bill (with the Democrats help), the GOP is in trouble for the 2018 mid-term elections. As well they should be. Their other accomplishment is passing a widely disliked tax cut disproportionately benefitting the wealthy and corporations. Trump, Ryan, and McConnell pushed through this unpopular bill with absolutely no input from across…

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