Monthly Archives: May 2014

Be Nice or Go Away!

By: Susan Bea Good The finale of this season’s American Idol featured the band Paramore, whose lead singer sported a crop top with the command to “Be nice or go away!” I’ve noticed an increase in that sentiment being directed … Continue reading

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Character Comparisons

By: Susan Bea Good “Out of the Depths” is a compelling book about a veteran of WW2. 89 year old retired Marine, Edgar Harrell, survived the 1945 sinking of the USS Indianapolis in the South Pacific. 900 men immediately died in … Continue reading

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Do You Know?

By: Susan Bea Good Accusations are rarely received well. But questions, even hard ones, usually raise a response, because people naturally like to have their say. Recently South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy, turned the tables on the Press when he … Continue reading

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First Borns Out of Order

  By: Susan Bea Good I am the “first born” in my family. After years of birthday cards expressing my “special” status, I thought I understood the significance of the position. Only after the birth of my own, did I realize … Continue reading

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Whose Shame?

By: Susan Bea Good Dem. Representative Louise Slaughter, from New York, closed her House floor remarks yesterday with a question, directed at Republicans, just before the vote authorizing a Select Committee to investigate Benghazi. Ms. Slaughter suggested that Republicans are … Continue reading

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Oremos

By: Susan Bea Good This week our country observed its 63rd National Day of Prayer. Congress declared in 1952 that the first Thursday in May should be a day of national communication with God. As expected the “Freedom From Religion” bunch … Continue reading

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