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Today’s cops have a big, visible target on their backs in case you haven’t noticed — oh, well of course you have — and it’s creating some serious angst in the law enforcement community.

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Thanksgiving is a federally mandated day of warmth and family togetherness and we are obliged to participate or endure 12 months of ostracization, vilification and worse.

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As the holiday season begins with the stores already packed with Christmas items, the one word that comes to mind for so many people is “tradition.”

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I ran into a gentleman some time ago who was wearing a button on his shirt that said “Hug me I’m a veteran,” so I approached him and gave him a little hug.

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The scariest night of the year has come and gone and homes around the country are winding down from the gigantic sugar highs created by a gazillion tons of Halloween candy.

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Halloween is coming and with it all the fun of carved pumpkins and sliced fingers plus sitting around the house at night watching old horror flicks and scaring the bejeebers out of each other.

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I was walking around the other day, minding my own business, when I spotted a guy dangling off the side of a bridge.

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I got some really good news in the last few days and, since really good news is pretty hard to come by these days I thought I’d share it with you.

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The definition is: “In the early 16th century, a quid pro quo was something obtained from an apothecary. That’s because when quid pro quo (New Latin for “something for something”) was first used in English, it referred to the process of substituting one medicine for another — whether intenti…

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The social media hashtag for the week tells me that it’s Working Parents Week — a time to shed light on how families are really doing when it comes to balancing careers, raising children and achieving some quality of life.

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We have legislators who are making laws for us and not meeting with us, not talking to us, not sharing their thoughts with us and, most of all, not listening to what our thoughts and concerns are.

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When people ask my daughters what they want to be when they grow up, my girls respond with a concrete occupation: “I want to be a dentist,” says my youngest. “Or a popstar.”

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