BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY: A COUNTRY LIFE

BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY: A COUNTRY LIFE Perhaps not as rural as Paula's lovely example of rural photography, but this part of New England is far from metropolitan. We have the basic stuff: roads and electricity, but that's pretty much "it" for infrastructure. Need water? Dig a well. Trash to haul? Hire a truck. No tall buildings. One … Continue reading BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY: A COUNTRY LIFE

THE LAST HURRAH: SURVIVING OUR POLITICS – GARRY ARMSTRONG

Marilyn stirs the pot for this piece on our political porridge -- which is boiling over. So many seemingly poor choices on the menu of presidential candidates. How do you choose without a four to eight year siege of mental Montezuma's revenge? The potty mouth exchanges between the Republican candidates are less and less funny … Continue reading THE LAST HURRAH: SURVIVING OUR POLITICS – GARRY ARMSTRONG

PICKING THE PRESIDENT – AMERICAN-STYLE

The United States isn't a democracy. We are a constitutional republic. Over all, the system is pretty good and usually works, eventually. Except when it comes to election law and picking a president. The first time this became apparent, it was 1800. The U.S. was a mere 24-years old. It was only our second real national election … Continue reading PICKING THE PRESIDENT – AMERICAN-STYLE