Tag Archive: Thanksgiving

A Childhood Memory to Be Thankful For

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Note: This column originally ran in my local paper, the Greeley Tribune, back in November of 2013. I’m asked about it from time to time, so I figured I’d re-post it here, in the spirit of Thanksgiving. Enjoy! The old proverb “it takes a village to raise a child” is a bit controversial these days….

Regarding Obama & Other Turkeys” and “A Reality Check”

Shortly before Thanksgiving, Obama, having heard that there were still a few extra bucks lying around waiting for him to vacuum up, jetted out here to California. While standing next to Dream Works studio boss/Obama hand maiden Jeffrey Katzenberg, Obama gazed out at the studio employees and, proving that his magical powers are more than…

Give Thanks

My husband and I are heading out to Denver to spend Thanksgiving with my family.  Thinking about the holiday and what I’m really grateful for is the love of my husband, my family, and my friends.  I wrote this article a couple of years ago but, with some changes, it continues to express my feelings perfectly. I…

5 Reasons to Be Thankful for Obamacare

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It’s been nearly impossible to find any positive news about the Affordable Care Act lately. Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen the roll-out of a $600 million website that didn’t work. We’ve discovered that the Obama administration outright lied to the American public about several of the law’s selling points. We’ve witnessed the cancellations…

More Idle Obervations

When Obama pardoned the Thanksgiving turkey, I said that tradition had nothing to do with it. I attributed it to professional courtesy. For years now, we have heard people bemoan the fact that, thanks to the profligate ways of Barack Obama, we will be leaving our children and grandchildren with enormous debt. Considering the way…