Nixon

June 1, 1994
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Richard M. Nixon No other name invokes such polarizing passions among citizens the world over. But whatever the personal feelings, one fact cannot be disputed. Richard Nixon was, and always will be, remembered as a major force in 20th century American politics. Watergate crook or World Leader? The debate still rages, but the debate is…

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Clinton Health Care Reform

October 30, 1993
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HEALTH CARE – We all want it, wish to pay as little as possible, and most have at least one horror story about our current system. As President Clinton’s self-imposed deadline that a comprehensive reform bill be passed before the November elections the political rhetoric is reaching deafening proportions. With that rhetoric I find one…

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The Dove

September 30, 1993
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Peace, love, and friendship, The dove entails all three. A symbol to the world, What life should truly be. To the friend I treasure most, This gift I give to you. A special friendship dove, That is, but one of two. Know I have the mate, From me shall never part. Whatever life may bring,…

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To Have A Heart

September 30, 1992
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The scarecrow loved his brains, But still he was without. Mr. Lion won his courage, But still he could not shout. They never had to say it, Down deep they felt it true. The greatest prize of all, Was not among the two. For the Tin Man found his heart, With which that he could…

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To Teach

September 30, 1992
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Of all life’s grand professions, Which we all are free to choose, There is not one more noble, Than to fill a teacher’s shoes. For within a teacher’s heart, Lives a drive that’s pure and true. They instill within our children, The knowledge they will use. It is a sacred trust, And it takes a…

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Hollow Eyes

May 30, 1992
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Her eyes just stared out, Hollow and glazed, Her innocence gone, She sat in a daze. Little brother he cried, As he clung to her arms. Scared and alone, I felt their alarm. Reached out with my heart, Did the best I knew how, But I could not erase, The pain they felt now. I’ve…

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