Monthly Archives: November 2015

If Wishes Were Horses

If Wishes Were Horses     We all have our dreams and wish lists, things we’d like to change if we could. Who doesn’t hope for world peace, besides the weapons industry? If some of my dreams seem a little out of … Continue reading

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One Nation, Under Surveillance

One Nation, Under Surveillance     When I was in high school there was a popular song by Bobby Vee, “The Night Has a Thousand Eyes.” Little did I know then how literal the expression would become. Add another thousand eyes for … Continue reading

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I Am Spider-Man

I Am Spider-Man     Alright, now that I have your attention, I’m not really Spider-Man. I was never bitten by a radioactive one, I can’t shoot webs out of my hands, and I’m afraid of heights, so scaling buildings is right … Continue reading

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Ahmed the Clock Maker

Ahmed the Clock Maker     Once upon a time, in fact just last month, there was a clever young man named Ahmed Mohamed, age 14. He loved his Engineering class, and perhaps to impress his teacher, he constructed a working digital … Continue reading

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Present Tense

Present Tense     In case you haven’t noticed, America has gotten a whole lot crazier in the last few years. We’ve become a metaphor of the mean old man chasing kids off his lawn. Everybody is on edge, and for good … Continue reading

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