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Congress is too old!

Congress is too old!

I have often been an advocate of term limitations in Congress. Having worked on the Hill and having a firsthand view of how our legislative branch works, I believe our…

Bitter winter – Jan. thaw

Bitter winter – Jan. thaw

According to the weather reports, our brief “January thaw” this week should be over by the weekend coming up. Temperatures reported as low as 20 degrees below zero just last…

Adopt A Pet

Adopt A Pet

Who is big, orange and loves lasagna? It’s Garfield, cat #004C18 (okay, just kidding about the lasagna!) but this nice boy was surrendered by his owner (he came in with…

University of Michigan Researchers Identify Potential Security Threats in Autonomous Vehicles

University of Michigan Researchers Identify Potential Security Threats in Autonomous Vehicles

A new report released by Mcity, the University of Michigan’s automated vehicle testing facility, looked at multiple security vulnerabilities that need to be addressed before automated vehicles are widely used.…

Adopt A Pet

Adopt A Pet

This majestic looking fella is Blackie, cat #151C17. Blackie is 6 months old and weighs about 6 lbs. He loves to play and cuddle! Blackie has been neutered, making his…

Words of wisdom and caring communities

Words of wisdom and  caring communities

Friend Marty Johnson posted the following message from Chief Justice Roberts. As many of you know, Marty is the consummate volunteer. If there is a job to be done, Marty…

Once again it’s time for New Year resolutions

Once again it’s time for New Year resolutions

It probably is a little late to be doing this, but I have been thinking about New Year’s resolutions. 2017 is gone forever and we are already into 2018. Sounds…

Staying content in crisis

Staying content in crisis

Does it seem to you that the world, maybe even your life, keeps lurching from one crisis to another?  How can we stay calm and content in crises? Paul, the…

Who said changing a light bulb was easy?

Who said changing a light bulb was easy?

While many of us were opening gifts or enjoying a turkey or ham dinner with all the fixings, much of my Christmas was spent changing a light bulb, or should…

All about January

All about January

With temperatures hovering in the mid-twenties by day, and single digits with some even below zero most nights, I’m glad today [Wednesday] is a stay-at-home- and-work-on-the-computer day. Even so, I’m…

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