Ruth Gadebusch

09/18/2014 - 4:33pm

    Another one of those old sayings frequently mentioned that I grew up in the South with is "A wise man sometimes changes his mind; a fool never does." I place President Obama in that first part by his postponing action on the immigration situation. It is time to give this man some leeway....

06/02/2014 - 12:31am

    Growing up in the South I became quite familiar with various colloquial expressions to describe different situations. My mother often used one such in noting bizarre behavior: "It takes all kinds in this old world." That certainly covers the many human foibles of these days.

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05/26/2014 - 5:09pm

    It is often said that judges don't make the law. Their role is to interpret it in disputes; however, without doubt some strange interpretations do turn up from time to time. Some are so outrageous that it is difficult not to dismissively categorize all judges as rather strange, carried away with their own...

05/18/2014 - 11:34pm

    When I was growing up in the South we had lots of colloquialisms, one being "cutting the fool" to explain inexplicable behavior. I know of no more appropriate term to describe today's Republican actions. Their abhorrence of anything connected to President Obama and the Democratic Party goes far...

05/12/2014 - 5:35am

    While Fox News is worried about wives who make more money than their husbands, the rest of the world has more serious concerns to think about. Just in case you missed it a Fox newsman moderating a panel discussion pursued the idea that a man making less money than his wife somehow has his masculinity imperiled....

05/04/2014 - 11:20pm

    It is time to eliminate the death penalty. How long are we going to continue this barbaric practice? The rest of the civilized world has long since found a better way and their crime rate has not increased commensurate with ours.

    In my day growing up in the South it...

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