I apologize in advance for this, but Rufus Sanders's "Seeing The Light" column provides another opportunity to examine the priorities and thought processes of leftists. Sanders openly states what most other leftists try to hide. I hate to keep bringing Rufus up, but his column gives the middle
When I married a Cleveland girl and moved to northern Ohio in 2003, I couldn't find a newspaper job at first. (Yes, I know it's hard to believe the local papers didn't clamor for my services, but it's true.)
Every week I sort of have to "rack" my brain to think of something to blog about that pertains to weight loss, exercises and eating right. Just because there is so much more going on behind-the-scene that affects all of these.
Since my blog last week, I feel like I have a new wind. I've started to feel like this is January again when I was so determined to do this. I feel really unstoppable. I want to finish this competition strong.
The past week went well working with Derek Nimrichter of Bodi N Balance.
I was able to work with Derek twice this last week on Tuesday, Nov. 2, and Wed., Nov. 4. I did get to the gym on my off days. I'm trying to push harder to make my goal of 80 pounds by the end of the year.
Politico says that the Republican establishment will attempt to stop Sarah Palin's bid for the presidency in 2012. They say she has no chance of beating Obama. Like Karl Rove's opposition to Christine O'Donnell, many view Palin as the same type of political character. She'll find support among
While most of the news coverage on Tuesday's election has naturally concentrated on the candidates and speculation of a Republican comeback, there are many interesting ballot initiatives to be decided tomorrow.