November’s election was an overwhelming rejection of the status quo in Washington. The results yielded a nine-seat gain for Republicans in the Senate – the biggest swing in 34 years – and the largest Republican majority in the House since 1928.
As we begin the new year, our minds turn to resolutions for the year ahead. And so often, those resolutions include taking steps for better health, like improving your diet, exercising more and ending bad habits.
Who mourns police?
Sharknado? Attack of the Killer Tomatoes? — I questioned aloud and with conviction. “You’ve got to be kidding!” These were a couple of Saturday night “specials” that the movie watchers at my house recently picked from the long, unfortunate list of a “Le Bad Cinema” section of a Rotten Tomatoes-type website.
Good Bye to the Old Year… Hello to the New… Make a toast to a Good Year…Grab an appetizer or two, or three….
Teach kids to obey the law
By the time you read this, I’ll be on my way to absolute perfection. I’ll be flawless. Impeccable. Exemplary.
No mercy for pension
The man in the red suit has been very busy. Everywhere I’ve gone, I’ve seen him lifting small children onto his lap. His ear is filled daily with the secrets and innermost wishes of the best believers in town. Some of his followers smile as they approach him. Others cry. Either way, Santa sure has been doing a heck of a job, and he just might want to sleep in Christmas morning.
For every season, there is a reason — and a time to cook. And since ‘Tis The Season to share good food with family and friends, Christmas may be the time to make a spectacular vegetable side. Whether you’re bringing a dish to your mom’s, to your sister’s, to Aunt Mabel’s, or to your hipster friend’s house in Fishtown, or just cooking at home, everyone will be more than happy to pass the plate and enjoy this special vegetable medley.