For the past several years, I’ve received requests to reprint a Christmas column I wrote for The Forum in 1988.
This is my last column. The world ends Friday, so that’s it.
An old friend from my high school days in Connecticut sent me a photo gallery of my hometown, New Britain.
Chelsea, Vt. – I scheduled vacation after the Nov. 6 election – kind of a post-political campaign decompression. It worked.
The sore losers just keep on giving. That is, the people who are smarting over the re-election of President Barack Obama are so goofy they routinely offer up great material for pundits, commentators, late-night comedians and, yes, column writers.
It’s a hoot to watch losers act badly.
Yeah, we all hate the political advertising that has been insulting voters’ intelligence for the past few months.
With the regularity of healthy lower bowel movements, political campaign flaks and partisan talk-radio mouthpieces questioned the methodology and credibility of The Forum poll of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House races in North Dakota.
As has been my practice for nearly every election cycle during the 25 years I’ve been editing and managing the opinion/commentary pages for The Forum, here’s a rerun of advice about letters to the editor.
When I wrote a couple of weeks ago about the early autumn “veggie wars” waged by my young family many years ago, I thought our story was unique. Not so.
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