Friday, Sep 19, 2014

Joyce Minor

Life is a real pain

Sometimes life is absolutely redundant.
Published: 09/14/14

Gram waxes nostalgic

My grandson Rorke, just 11 months old, took his first steps today. For about two months he’s been sidestepping along the furniture, but would never let go and venture out on his own. Today he accidentally did.
Published: 09/07/14

We fall for it every time

Looks like Floridians are beginning to realize that fall will soon be upon us.
Published: 08/31/14

Don’t mess with marriage

Hollywood and the mainstream news media have perpetrated a huge hoax on the American people, and our courts have not only bought the lie, they’ve backed it up.
Published: 08/24/14

Whatever happened to funny?

The recent death of comedian Robin Williams caused me to rethink what is and isn’t funny. In the process I realized that twenty-first century society really doesn’t know what’s funny.
Updated: 1 months ago

Kids and critters are daily comedy

Seldom have I met a family with multiple children that did not eventually wind up with multiple pets as well. And so it went with our three kids.
Updated: 1 months ago

Remembering the Minor Menagerie

Many writers have contemplated why we Americans are so attached to our pets. I think very often it’s the humor pets inject into our lives that truly endears them to us.
Updated: 1 months ago

Staying close in a big family

My mother is one of 11 children, all of whom married and had children of their own.
Updated: 2 months ago

A free press is lacking

Maybe it’s because I was a cub reporter for my hometown daily newspaper before I even graduated from high school, but I have always been an enthusiastic advocate of our American free press.
Updated: 2 months ago

We need the Greens

Let’s get one thing clear, right now. The recent Supreme Court decision in favor of Hobby Lobby does not allow that company, or any company, to opt out of offering contraception to female employees.
Updated: 2 months ago

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