From The Porch
With John Hughes
Those of us that so choose could always seek out risk to gain reward here in the United States. Our reality is no different than all the cultures that have followed since the invention of six-sided dice in about 3000 BC Mesopotamia. Gaming havens like Las Vegas and Atlantic City
I am sure you noticed the sun’s daily path tracing an ever lower and shorter parabola across our day’s sky. We have now passed the recent equinox when the sun shone directly on the equator and equally on both hemispheres. Autumn has arrived in America. With it comes a wave
Much to my children’s dismay, I am a waver. I don’t believe you have to only be a mid-western American to be outwardly friendly with people you encounter while moving around the planet. In fact, I generally guard against being the one who fails to acknowledge someone within the periphery.
If ever Americans needed a few days off to try and match pre-pandemic holiday pleasure, this Fourth of July break finally allowed us the liberty to find our way. Even in regular times, most of us winter pining for distant days when the summer sun will warm our faces. With
The men and women who served our country in WWII earned a special consideration for their age group. “The Greatest Generation,” as coined by Tom Brokaw, are folks who survived the Great Depression and later just happened to save our way of life! As someone who eked into Baby Boomer