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Thanksgiving Day Special – No Greater Love

This year has been difficult. So many lost their jobs, homes and said final goodbyes to loved ones who are no longer with us.   You have to wonder why do bad things happen to so many good people. I […]

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Thanksgiving Day Special – No Greater Love

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This year has been difficult. So many lost their jobs, homes and said final goodbyes to loved ones who are no longer with us.   You have to wonder why do bad things happen to so many good people. I […]

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Hell on a Dark and Dangerous Road

Missy should have left hours ago. She knew better than to try and make it up the mountain after dark. It was late autumn, and once the sun set,

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Was Edgar Allan Poe robbed?

On “The Airship” literary blog on Oct. 21, 2014, the writer Nicholas Laskin begins a story about the demise of Edgar Allan Poe as follows: “Even 165 years after

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Maj. Gen. Harold Greene: Quiet American hero  

Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene was unknown outside the U.S. Army until his murder in Afghanistan on Tuesday at the age of 55. And his low-key, friendly style and

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Dying within minutes of my significant other? Sign me up

I recently read an article about an elderly couple in Florida who died within 10 minutes of each other. They had been together for 45 years. The wife was on

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Losing a child is so hard that you wish God could turn back the clock

Losing a child is something no parent ever wants to live through. They aren't supposed to go first. You think of the child’s life, and lost future. All that potential is

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Beating cancer: We can do it

A subject near and dear to my heart as I am sure it is for a huge percentage of not only everyone reading this, but everyone in the entire

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Edgar Allan Poe Book Review: A Life Cut Short

Edgar Allan Poe is back in the news. One of his homes, now a museum at 203 Amity Street in West Baltimore, will reopen temporarily today. The non-profits operating

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Remembering Helen Thomas

I knew her all too well. I was her immediate boss for a year after I moved to UPI. Helen Thomas refused to work for the Unification Church ownership

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Goodbye Kyra

(Kyra and Brandon) Dear family and friends, This is one of the hardest letters I have ever had to write - a week ago, last Wednesday, we lost our beautiful daughter

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