When I first moved to this area ** years ago, I was amazed that people took for granted the ability to get The Washington Post daily. (I was from way out in flyover country, where you could get a mail … Continue reading
Those guys are good! Apparently this winter’s lack of practice didn’t take them off their game. Clear streets all around our neighborhood.
In our increasingly polarized country, I understand why some of my fellow progressives want to see corporations get behind our favorite causes. (See http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0612/77002.html). However, I look down the road and I worry about a time when progressives and conservatives will … Continue reading
This year Easter and Passover come close together — what a great time to recognize one of the great achievements of our country’s founders: freedom of religion. Our Constitution protects the free exercise of religion, it prohibits the establishment of … Continue reading
Now we have a completed trial of the Harrisonburg police officer who awkwardly put an injured cat out of its misery, using a police baton. See http://www2.timesdispatch.com/news/2012/mar/09/harrisonburg-police-officer-convicted-beating-cat–ar-1752849/ . I know some of my friends are upset that the fine was only $50, … Continue reading
Is it true that the Bridgewater IGA has been renamed “Bridgewater Foods”? I notice that credit card charges no longer say “IGA” and neither did the ad they had in the Daily News-Record the other day. (No big deal — … Continue reading