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Category Archives: 2010 February
One of the bedrock principles that still differentiates us from Third World thugocracies is the idea that our military is under civilian control. Our Founders thought that giving the power to declare war to Congress and leaving the power to … Continue reading →
Here’s a great recipe for the unpredictable month of February. Not too heavy, not too light, but whole and hearty. Plus, it’s a great recipe for a make-ahead main course that will save you some kitchen time. (2) 9 oz … Continue reading →
(A Report Back on our Evenings With Illahee and Bright Neighbor) Last month we told you about two events we were supporting, the Illahee Lecture Series and the Bright Neighbor Community Rally. Do you ever wonder what goes on with … Continue reading →
(A Quick Note on the Toyota Recall) I’m not ready to join Ray LaHood and tell you to immediately stop driving your new Toyota. I’m also not on board with those that think this latest problem for Toyota spells the … Continue reading →
Why Menu Service is Not The Best Service It seems easy to grab a newspaper, circular, or direct mail piece and find a coupon offering everything you need for your 30, 60, or 90-thousand mile vehicle service at a price … Continue reading →
(The lowdown on two February holidays) We all just survived Groundhog’s Day, but amidst the parades, gifts, relatives, and stress it’s too easy to forget the true meaning of the holiday. Think you know everything about our friend the whistle-pig? … Continue reading →
Here at the shop we’ve always tried to be good corporate citizens, but since the Supreme’s last decision “corporate citizen” has taken on a whole new ugly meaning. This farce cannot stand in a country “of, by, and for the … Continue reading →