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Robin Williams: A light too soon switched off

August 13, 2014
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Robin Williams:  A light too soon switched off

I forgo the political this week and instead ask you to join me for a reflection upon a life I never met, a life I never knew, but a life we will all miss ever so much. It was just past 6 in the evening and as the news droned on in the background,...

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Globe Goodbye: Tales From The Blogs

April 30, 2012
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Globe Goodbye: Tales From The Blogs

Today is the last day of the Globe’s blog page that links to the Corner and other “community” bloggers. My first post on the Globe page appeared February 12, 2009 and had as part of its opening: “I had intended to “inaugurate” this blog with a fairly bland first post. Talk a little background,...

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Drowning in debt, the left still wants more

February 28, 2012
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With our nation drowning in debt, the far left’s only answer is to demand more. I was going to open the Corner today with another example of how far the anti-God crowd has tilted over to the looney side of the fence (this time in the military) but then I had the video to...

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From our strength within…..

May 23, 2011
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youtube video of double rainbow after Joplin’s devastating tornado (Authors Note: This was originally penned as an editorial for the Tuesday, May 24th of the Joplin Globe. Technical glitches however prevented delivery in time for the print edition and the Globe blog site servers were down as well so it is appearing for the...

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