Monthly Archives: August 2019

A Day In The Life

“Which one says Sunday, Clark?” “This one!!” . “Who?  Me?  I didn’t do it” . Lunch!  Yum! . Weekend in Orlando! . The Little Mermaid! . Shark! . What a fun day!! .

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The Lizard King

Donald the Lizard overlooking his realm. 🙂

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On Immigration – The Orange Riots and the Aftermath

The Catholic Irish as depicted in Harper’s Weekly And so it was July 12, 1871 – Boyne Day – and the Orange Order of Irish Protestants marched down Broadway, surrounded by 1,000 New York City Police and five regiments of … Continue reading

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Words Have Consequences – From The Archives

Words have consequences. A couple of days ago I put up a post about recent job losses suffered by a number of conservative commentators on television and radio over remarks expressed about abortion and the teen survivors of the Parkland … Continue reading

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On Immigration – The New York Orange Riots

A simian Irish Catholic and a priest carving up the Democratic Party And so its 1870 and the Civil War is over, Lincoln is dead and Ulysses S. Grant has been elected President of the United States. The Irish and … Continue reading

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And I Thought I Knew a Daughter

Fathers think they know most everything they need to know about their kids. Until one day they learn something which both surprises and astonishes them because it seems so out of character. At least the character he perceived. My younger … Continue reading

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Last Summer’s Affair – From The Archives

Laying my head on your stomach while the sun streamed through the blinds forming stripes caressing your contours just for a moment I thought of biting the thighs of your perfect body. Your sea green eyes animate Summer terns and … Continue reading

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