Daily Archives: July 3, 2018

GOP: Suicidal impulses

It is crystal clear why Speaker Ryan is bailing out. The ship is sinking fast. After pulling off the biggest upset in modern political history in 2016, the GOP is now primed to commit political suicide. Oh, how the mighty have fallen, and so quickly. Time Magazine did a survey of registered voters two months before…

Quislings and Cult Members

In the 1944 Warner Brothers short “Tom Turk and Daffy,” as Porky Pig hunts for a turkey to adorn his Thanksgiving table, Daffy Duck, who has theretofore done the honorable thing and tried to hide the beleaguered Tom, suddenly succumbs to the pig’s bribes of a magnificent meal and reveals his avian friend’s hiding place….

Oweeda McCullough Seay

Oweeda McCullough Seay, 93, died July 2, 2018. She was a lifetime resident of Fayetteville. She worked with the Federal Government most of her working years and retired from the National Park Service. She also served as a secretary at Fayetteville First Baptist for Mr. Davis and Mr. Overton. Oweeda was preceded in death by…

Margaret Hayes Dickson

Margaret Hayes Dickson, 93, of Weaverville, N.C. passed away peacefully on June 30, 2018. Margaret was the daughter of the late Edward and Clara Hayes of Brazil, Indiana. She was preceded in death by her seven siblings and her husband of 50 years, Kenneth Dickson. Margaret and Ken were high school sweethearts at Staunton High…

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