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2016 AFC East Preview

Posted on 06 September 2016

  New England Patriots (10-6)   The Patriots will start the season without Tom Brady for the first four games as he finally serves his suspension for “Deflate Gate.”  This suspension will not keep the Patriots from their dominance on this division, but it will keep them from winning the number of games they usually […]

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2016 NFC East Preview

Posted on 02 September 2016

  New York Giants (10-6)   The Giants are the team with the fewest question marks in the division.  The additions of cornerback Janoris Jenkins through free agency and Eli Apple in the draft will bolster the Giants secondary that had its problems last season.  Olivier Vernon is a bit of a stretch but will […]

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2015-16 NBA Finals: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Golden State Warriors

Posted on 02 June 2016

A Rematch of last year’s Championship Series will have a full Cleveland team looking for Revenge   The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors are back at it for a rematch in The NBA Finals this season.  This year’s series has a plethora of storylines and matchups to make for an exciting series.   Golden […]

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The Summer of 1945

Posted on 29 May 2016

  Summer is, for many, a period of relaxation and reminiscence on the times and events that have impacted our lives.  A time that had a profound impact on my life was the summer of 1945.  On January 18, 1945, I had been inducted into the U.S. Army at Indiantown Gap in Pennsylvania.   My […]

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A broken trumpet from a sunken warship holds its secrets from WWII

Posted on 29 April 2016

  Battered trumpet from sunken warship provides link to World War II tragedy   Navy conservator Shanna Daniel carefully cleans a smashed trumpet that was retrieved by a diver from the wreck of the USS Houston, which was sunk in battle by the Japanese in 1942. Navy experts believe the owner’s DNA might be preserved […]

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Republic or Dictatorship?

Posted on 31 March 2016

  When we declared independence from England, our Founders established our country as a Republic, a nation “of the people, by the people, and for the people” and a beacon of hope for those around the world oppressed by governments run by royalty and oligarchies.  Our forefathers wrote a Constitution and a Bill of Rights […]

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The Great Debater

Posted on 29 February 2016

  If you have been following the Republican debates and primary election process from the beginning, you can’t help but notice that Donald Trump has been leading virtually every poll and resonating with the American people. He has revolutionized the political process with his home style of rhetoric and unorthodox approach to political discourse. He […]

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Return to L.A.

Posted on 29 January 2016

The Pros and Cons of Football Returning to Los Angeles after more than Two Decades   The NFL owners voted 30-2 on Tuesday, January 12th for relocation of the St. Louis Rams back to Los Angeles where they were until 1994 (the last time L.A. had a professional football team) along with the option for […]

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Can You Trump This?

Posted on 31 December 2015

  To set the record straight before I give my commentary, I am a “Trumpeter,” not of the musical instrument but of the candidate for President of the United States of America. And so, I am certain that there will be those who disagree with my thoughts. If you do, you are welcome to leave […]

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Who’s Buying Global Warming?

Posted on 30 November 2015

  Unlike most people who appear to have a settled opinion on the topic, I am both baffled and dubious about the validity of the theory of global warming – a theory whose time appears to have come as world leaders pontificate on the subject of climate change.  As I attempt to grasp the subject, […]

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