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So much work to do
8/26/2020 5:47:46 PM

By Marian Wright Edelman FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT EMERITA   As we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment this week, I offer these words for all of us who are still fighting to protect the right to vote and for equality, justice, and the world our children and grandchildren deserve.   Mothers. Grandmothers. Women. We have so much work to do. So many mothers and infant lives to save. So many child dreams to realize and hopes to nourish and protect. Our countries and a common world to change and such long distances to travel—from...

California 'dream house,' decades in the making, is in ashes
8/26/2020 5:46:01 PM

By Adam Beam and Noah Berger   VACAVILLE, Calif. (AP)—When he closes his eyes at night, Hank Hanson hears sirens in his dreams—a byproduct of living nearly 30 years in the wildfire-prone wilderness of Northern California between San Francisco and Sacramento. But about 1 a.m. Wednesday, Hanson knew he wasn't dreaming when he looked to the hills above his home. The ridge line, where he and his wife in daylight tracked the sun's shifting seasonal paths, was lit up as if someone had strung lights across it and plugged it in. “It started pouring toward...

Oh, for a life like my kitty
8/26/2020 5:37:09 PM

Dr. James L. Snyder   The other night the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage and I were watching the news on TV. All it showed was riots, looting, and chaos, which has become the normal. When will they ever get back to broadcasting good news? After a while, I heard a deep sigh on the other side of the room, and somebody say, "What's wrong with people?" Being a veteran husband, I knew that was not a question I was supposed to respond to with a very logical answer. I knew the person asking that question was not looking for any response from me. I kept from looking...

ELECTION NIGHT HELP WANTED: Men, Women, Pronouns in White
8/20/2020 4:51:05 PM

By L Ron Brooks   ANYTOWN, USA—Every week I promise my liver, “This will be the last one…” and then there’s another one. But as this really is the last one in this series, a quick recap of what we’ve learned up till now. • I’ve been talking about America. I’ve always talked loud and proud about America but this has been an altogether different conversation. I pointed out that, no matter political affiliation, everybody across the board is stichin’ their britches over the coming election and that that was not a normal...

Sunnyside Up Fried Egg
8/20/2020 12:52:29 PM

I have been thinking about the direction of Connor Cooks a lot lately. It started with a mental health break from social media, which for me is only Instagram. It’s been insanely helpful for my mental space and not spending hours on end scrolling through photo’s has given me more clarity and refocused what Connor Cooks is about. Making Cooking Simple. I set out to make cooking simple for everyone. That was my driving motivation when I started posting behind the scenes, step by step guides, of everything I cook. And teaching you to make good food at home is my primary function....

Savvy Senior - How Medicare and Other Tools Can Help Older Smokers Kick the Habit
8/20/2020 11:35:53 AM

Dear Savvy Senior, I understand that COVID-19 hits smokers a lot harder than nonsmokers but quitting at my age is very difficult. Does Medicare offer any coverage that helps beneficiaries quit smoking? Must Quit   Dear Must, It’s true. Smokers and vapers have a higher risk of severe COVID-19 infection as the coronavirus attacks the lungs. That’s why quitting now is more important than ever before. If you are a Medicare beneficiary, you’ll be happy to know that Medicare Part B covers up to eight face-to-face counseling sessions a year to help you quit...

What it was, was a peach tree
8/20/2020 11:30:58 AM

Dr. James L. Snyder   For some reason, this week, I had been thinking of my maternal grandfather. I was named after him, and therefore we had a connection. I was thinking about him because this month I turned the same age as he was when he passed. I hope there's no connection there. As a young boy, I would spend a month, every summer at my grandparents. They lived up in the mountains of Pennsylvania in a long valley. My grandfather was a farmer, and his primary income was his dairy cows. He taught me how to milk cows, and he did it the old-fashioned, hands-on way. My...

America v America ad infinitum
8/12/2020 3:25:01 PM

‘All the news that’s that’s fit to—hey quick, look over there!’ By L Ron Brooks   THE HEARTLAND—I thought this week’s column would be my last for a while (that column is already mostly finished—“in the can,” in the vernacular) and I’d be able to return to chainsaw juggling on the Venice boardwalk full-time.   But my conscience wouldn’t permit me to have this forum and not go on record about one other important thing all that damnably political researching revealed. Here it is: What was great...

8/12/2020 3:22:20 PM

By Marian Wright Edelman FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT EMERITA   The last few months have been a very difficult time for so many of us. I repeat here this “Request for Transfer” by an unknown author that has gotten me through some dark times when I’ve wanted to give up. I wanted to share it to help keep spurring us forward today.   “Request for Transfer”   To: Commander-in-Chief From: Battlefield Soldier Subject: Request for Transfer   Dear Lord, I’m writing this to You to request a transfer to a desk job. I...

Are homemade cookies addictive?
8/12/2020 3:10:31 PM

Dr. James L. Snyder   Some people say we are living in the "new normal." I'm not sure exactly what they mean, and I don't have the time to ask, nor the desire. If the "new normal" is what I have been experiencing in the parsonage for the last several months, I'm all for it. Let it continue. Everybody should be able to live their own normal. Because of being limited, as far as traveling is concerned and going shopping or whatever, the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage and I have spent a lot of time at home enjoying our time together. I must...