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Cincinnati Reds still need pitching

It was a windy day at the Goodyear Ballpark, in Goodyear, Arizona, when I was watching the Cincinnati Reds in their spring training facility. The Reds are one of the few Eastern teams that have training camp in Arizona, part […]

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Cincinnati Reds still need pitching

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It was a windy day at the Goodyear Ballpark, in Goodyear, Arizona, when I was watching the Cincinnati Reds in their spring training facility. The Reds are one of the few Eastern teams that have training camp in Arizona, part […]

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Computer security: do it now

Last month, I had the awful misfortune to be attacked by a malware virus on my computer. An actual “ransom note” appeared on my laptop screen, and I was

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Women’s History Month suggestion

March happens to be Women’s History Month and this year there is a move to change the face of the twenty dollar bill from Andrew Jackson to a deserving

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Hillary Clinton and the stupid voters

Elected leaders love to yak about all that is wrong with our education system. They refer to study after study showing our children falling further and further behind the

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Execution: Utah’s simple plan

Photo above: The Utah firing squad chamber. (YouTube) My hat’s off to Utah. They appear to be on the verge of becoming the first state to realize by simplifying something,

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Perception: Reality light

What we perceive is what we believe. It’s a simple truth complicated by others who do not perceive people or events in the same way. To say this leads

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Winter 2015: Enough already

The poet Edith Sitwell once wrote, “Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside

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Protests erupt surrounding Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu argued  March 3 against Iran’s nuclear program before a joint session of Congress. His speech was opposed by Arabs, Israelis, and some Democrats, but welcomed

View of Mexico City along Paseo de la Reforma. Last year, Mexico ranked as the third-largest trading partner of the United States (after China and Canada), accounting for 13.5% of total U.S. trade with the rest of the world. (Larry Luxner)

Baltimore business executives sample a ‘Taste of Mexico’

View of Mexico City along Paseo de la Reforma. Last year, Mexico ranked as the third-largest trading partner of the United States (after China and Canada), accounting for 13.5 percent of

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Gridlock: All or nothing politics

How much more of this nonsense are we willing to put up with? No, I am not talking about the lies, misspeaks, or misrememberings that fill our news coverage.

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