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A children's bedtime story teaching the lessons of capitalism, charity, and fairness. It sure beats "Red Fish, Blue Fish..."
There are many lessons learned from a kitty, and not all of them are pretty.
PSTA announces the 2012 Driver of the Year
Presidential Candidates Make a Case for Redistribution of Wealth.
A simple form of communications which reflects our character.
Dinner in the Stacks; Tricky Dogs program; Library to get new carpeting; and donate some new underpants for Clothes to Kids!
The death of discourse, another casualty of the 21st century.
High blood pressure is a health risk for millions of Americans. But with a bit of common sense and a holistic approach you can prevent this silent killer from sneaking up on you or someone you love.
During the 1996 presidential campaign, U. S. Senator Bob Dole, a leading candidate for the GOP nomination, stopped in Tallahassee for a day of politicking with lawmakers and the party faithful.
On Thursday, Sept. 13, I delivered these comments to a group of over 100 supporters at a campaign rally.
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