Interesting book that explains why common, everyday bills — like utility, phone and cable — are growing faster than the rate of inflation.
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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- ‘Trump’s Rich, He Doesn’t Care About Health Care’ — Worker In Preble County
- Southern Boys Trying To Pull South Into 21st (Or At Least The 20th) Century
- ‘Truth Is I Think He Sold Us Out’ — Trump Voter
- Walking The Tightrope Of Drug Addiction
- Congressman Davidson: Listen To Your Constituents So You Can Help Them
- When Did We Become Too Calloused To Improve Our Country?
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We Will Survive
“So. We have a vulgar, unstable yoyo with a toxic ego and an attention deficit problem in the White House and now we can see that government by Twitter is like trying to steer a ship by firing a pistol at the waves, not really useful, but what does it all add up to? Not that much, if you ask me, which you didn’t, but I’ll say it anyway.
We will survive this. He will do what damage he can, like a man burning books out of anger that he can’t read, but there will still be plenty of books left…” — Garrison Keillor
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- Total Eclipse of the SunToday’s post comes from Riley Lindheimer from the National Archives Public and Media Communications Office. On August 21, the continental United States will experience the first total solar eclipse in 38 years, a celestial phenomenon that has inspired awe in viewers … Continue reading →