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Speak MY Piece: Storming Of The US Capitol

The worst of America?  What we saw live on television Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021 was chaos and anarchy and more horrifying was the desecration...

Speak MY Piece: Leaving Behind 2020

It’s nearly midnight. I hear the music and familiar lyrics of  “Auld Lang Syne” and admit I’m feeling a bit nostalgic. “Should auld acquaintance...

Speak MY Piece: After The Snow

And so it snowed – like they said. Some of us may have lost faith in weather reports because of the famed near-misses. On the...

Speak My Piece: Pearl Harbor Day – “A Date Which Will Live In Infamy”

Pearl Harbor Day – “a date which will live in infamy,” said President Franklin D. Roosevelt after the Japanese attack on U.S. Navy ships,...

Speak MY Piece: Thanksgiving In The COVID Era

With Thanksgiving Day upon us, who’s not looking forward to the annual traditional gathering and all that great company and food? But this year and...

Speak MY Piece: Veterans Day, “In Flanders Fields”

Nov. 11, 2020. Veterans’ Day. Let’s pause from our busy-ness... and remember all who served our country in war and peace. This is a...

Speak MY Piece: The Days After Election Day

It really is too early to be cheering or tearing (the words rhyme). So hang in there and consider this: Let’s talk about the final...

Speak MY Piece: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Endorses Trump

Trump is the better choice this year. You took the words, right out of my mouth, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. By now you must have heard the...

Speak MY Piece: Happy (Celtic) Halloween!

Happy Samhain (SOW-in), the ancient Celtic feast of the dead, begins on Oct. 31st, and is the mother of Halloween. Irish immigrants who arrived en...
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Speak MY Piece: Election Time

October 2020. Did you ever think we would be immersed in an important presidential election while smothered in a pandemic, lingering behind closed doors,...

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