About This Site
Although this site began as a repository for American history stories, over time it essentially became a 'brain dump.' For more than a year, I've used the site to work through my beliefs and opinions in this post-truth era of political illiteracy.
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- ‘Evicted’ Describes What It’s Like To Be Poor, Vulnerable
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- ‘Get A Job’ A Familiar Phrase Of The Politically Lazy
- So A Drop In Farm Land Values Nets 14 Percent Increase In My Property Tax Bill?
- ‘Godfather Of Modern Popular Gay Fiction’ Graduated From My Local, Rural High School
- America’s Political Dysfunction Called A Security Concern
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A 1982 marijuana bust in Preble County netted an estimated $10 million in drugs and equipment — or nearly $26 million in 2017 dollars.
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