Monthly Archives: July 2012

On The Way To A Pool Party…

Maia’s boys, Gabriel and Jacy, returned from Portugal this week after spending the summer in Europe with their father, where they had a great time revisiting the culture they grew up around, seeing family, and going on an archeological dig. … Continue reading

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Chili is nothing new to the folks living in Kentucky. It’s not exactly a customary dish, but with Cincinnati less than two hours north there is plenty of love to go around for this spicy meat concoction. Two of Cincinnati’s … Continue reading

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The continued string of disturbing information coming out of State College surrounding the Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal shows that Penn State’s administration, student body, alumni and supporters have refused to take full ownership of their responsibility for this disaster, … Continue reading

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Mass Shooting at Movie Theater in Colorado – 12 Dead

Colorado was once again the scene of a shooting tragedy today. A lone gunman entered the Century 16 movie theater and opened fire in Aurora, Colo., during a sold-out midnight screening of the new Batman film The Dark Knight Rises. … Continue reading

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“WE ARE PENN STATE!” That sure has lost some of its luster. I feel for the good people of State College. I have family from that region of Pennsylvania and know the pride everyone there has in Penn State as … Continue reading

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House Republicans Vote to Deny Health Care Benefits to 30-million Americans

In a purely symbolic gesture, Congressional Republicans failed for the 33rd time to repeal President Obama’s health care reform legislation on Wednesday. The vote, which passed the House 244 to 185, was designed to signify a Republican resolve to do … Continue reading

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No Mitt Romney you don’t deserve credit just for showing up. You are running for president. Giving speeches is part of the job description. Usually if you are trying to make the argument that you intend to represent “ALL” racial … Continue reading

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Big Blue Never Sleeps

Can John Calipari get his face plastered across a few more commercials, because I might have forgotten he was head basketball coach at the University of Kentucky. For a few bucks it seems Coach Cal might hawk products for Betty … Continue reading

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Prominent Republicans Refuse to Participate in GOP Convention

It has been a rough summer for the Republican Party. First President Obama beat them to the punch on immigration reform, which served to deflate the “Romney for President” balloon before it got off the ground. Then, after Obama called … Continue reading

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Isabella’s First Fireworks

While my head was somewhat preoccupied with politics yesterday, I did have a nice Fourth of July. This was my baby Isabella’s first. She got to go over to Maia’s family’s house for a pool party and hang with all … Continue reading

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