The following Westside Story originally appeared on Tuesday, December 6. Sadly, Publisher Ben Sclair erred by not properly loading the images to the story and prolific author Joe Boyle feels “a lot of folks will have missed the full impact of the total original article.” We certainly can’t have “a lot of folks” miss “the full impact” […]
Did you read David Anderson’s November 12, 2016, letter published in The Suburban Times titled RIP becomes rottener? I understand not everyone agrees with David Anderson’s opinions. I imagine David Anderson understands that too. While it is difficult to fathom, not everyone agrees with my opinions either.
Last evening, needing a can of spray texture for some sheetrock repairs, I headed over to my favorite locally owned, Lakewood Hardware. Originally I wrote this first sentence as “I headed on down”. That made no sense because my house and Lakewood Hardware are both 262 feet above sea level. Really. I checked it out. […]
Can you believe it? The presidential election is over. While there is disappointment for many, the fact that the election is over cannot be a disappointment. Yesterday as I left a meeting at Starbucks, I spotted an acquaintance, Dr. Preston Carter, who serves as the Madigan Hospital General Surgeon.
As I travel from one end of our great country to the other; well actually I was simply shuffling around my neighborhood, I am constantly discovering renewed and innovative enthusiasm for our election process. For those frustrated by Trump and Clinton, may I remind you there are alternatives.
Don’t you agree? Sometimes old ideas are better than new ideas.
If you get an opportunity, be certain to thank our ever popular hometown newspaper publisher, Ben Sclair, of The Suburban Times for his dedication in doing everything he can to bring you, our beloved readers, up to the minute election news. Sparing no expense, Publisher Ben Sclair has sent me out on special assignment to […]
On Saturday, October 15, 2016, just as my wife and I stepped into our garage we lost our electricity. We were not surprised, as we stood in the dark because there had been ample notice that the tail end of Hurricane Matthew was likely to generate serious high winds in our area.
How about that 3rd and final Presidential Debate? Yes, while it was mistakenly billed as the last presidential debate, there is a much larger 4th and final presidential debate coming up on November 8, 2016. Charlie Black of The Wall Street Journal reported that no matter who wins the presidency, a record-breaking number of Americans […]
On October 1, 2016, in an article titled, Westside Story – 2016 Presidential Election Made Easy, I announced my intention to run for the office of United States President. I could never have anticipated the groundswell of public support. For example, faithful reader, Greg Horn, gave me his endorsement and is committed to casting his […]