American Culture

LtE Doodlings – This stands as well today as it did back in 2006

by Skip May 16, 2018

I’m trying to find some information in the second level basement of my emails – with well over 10GB of emails, there’s a lot of sub-basements to look through.  I stumbled across this Letter to the Editor and unfortunately, it rings as true today as it did back in 2006 (reformatted): Doug Lambert’s column pointed […]

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As the culture turns: What is cool? (Hint: It ain’t liberals and modern liberalism….)

by Tim Condon June 21, 2012

This from Roger Simon at PJ Media, who collars those who still think modern liberalism (aka statism) is cool. It’s not, and hasn’t been for some time. Everyone with the proverbial IQ above room temperature has come to the same conclusion. While that’s interesting, what is far more interesting is the political cohort that Simon fingers as […]

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Grocery Stores And Courtesy…NOT!

by Rick Olson December 15, 2011

“Anyone who believes the competitive spirit in America is dead has never been in a supermarket when the cashier opens another checkout line.” —Ann Landers Your Turn, NH, a weekly New Hampshire Union Leader feature, gave ink to young Natasha Cole of Hudson, a U-Mass Lowell Student and cashier to speak out to the diseased […]

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