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At first glance, a new report from Pew Research looks devastating for President Donald Trump's favorite punching bag, the nation's news media. One might think that the message Trump has been hammering home is really getting through. After all, Pew's … more
Hazel was born on July 7, 2017. She is the granddaughter of long-time friends and Hazel and I will be sharing a birthday for a few years. Our births are separated by 68 years, a turn of the century, a turn of the millennium and the better part of a … more
Here's the fact — if our government wants something to be sustainable, it needs input from both sides of the aisle.Now, as uncomfortable as that may be to hear, it's true. The only way to pass legislation is to make sure that both sides agree. … more
The Trump-Ryan-McConnell "health care" bill currently being pushed by Republicans in Washington is one of the worst pieces of legislation to ever pass the U.S. House of Representatives in the modern history of our country. This legislation would … more
The United States' withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord raises the stakes for states, cities and businesses to lead. The travesty of the United States federal government turning its back on climate science and effective solutions creates a big … more
As a wildlife rehabilitator, I have learned a great deal about the development and behavior of the species I care for. Here I admit to a prejudice; I expect large creatures to be more interesting than small ones. Perhaps it is for this reason that … more
I have a basic, core principle that I teach on the very first day I meet with a new client or begin a new class. It is the fundamental principle behind establishing yourself as a confident and consistent leader to your dog. It is called "The No. 1 … more
I produced some television commercials for Idlenot Dairy back around 1990. Company President Ken Aldrich gave me carte blanche, and I ended up spending a whopping $1,600 for the production fees on the three commercials we made. I'd done a number of … more
PLYMOUTH NOTCH — When was the last time you heard a member of one political party praise a member of the other party?Here in this hamlet nestled among the Green Mountains, former Baltimore Democratic Mayor Kurt Schmoke rose to speak well of … more
Most gardeners don't think of July as the time to plant seeds in the vegetable garden. But it should be. This is a good time to plant many things including broccoli, Happy Rich, lettuce, kohlrabi, fall radishes, carrots and beets. With good warmth … more
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