Monthly Archives: December 2013

‘Tis The Season To Be Jolly? America’s Most Important Workers Get Lump Of Coal For Christmas!

Many years ago, when I was still living in Cleveland, there was a heated primary for the Democratic nomination for the United States Senate.  The race was between Colonel John Glenn, one of the Mercury 7 with the “right stuff” and America’s first man to orbit the earth, and Howard Metzenbaum, a populist who made […]

Fast Food? Not So Fast.

On a recent road trip with my two-year-old, we stopped for lunch at a drive-through fast food place.  It was probably the highlight of her trip.  “Woman put food right through window!” she marveled.  And a few moments later she was enjoying fries as we cruised toward our destination. “Need more ketchup!” she said, preferring […]