Month: July 2020

Herman Cain dead at 78

Former Presidential candidate and conservative icon Herman Cain has passed. He died today after battling COVID-19 for the last month. If Mr Cain and I had ever had a chance to talk about this pandemic and the way it’s taken so many lives, I’m… Continue Reading “Herman Cain dead at 78”

Some Good news for Grizzlies

Grizzly bears have been off limits to hunters for a while. But–sad to say–that changed recently and there were three seasons scheduled where these marvelous animals could be hunted down. They now have a reprieve and that’s a wonderful thing. It’s quite possible that… Continue Reading “Some Good news for Grizzlies”

More signs of trouble

Here in the US, most of us are very much focused on the upcoming election and all the unprecedented, insane drama coming from Washington. It’s hard to imagine it being any other way. But while we’re dealing with a never-ending stream of outrages and… Continue Reading “More signs of trouble”

Something tells me…

…it’s all happening at the zoo! And our visit last week confirmed how true that is. Had a chance to visit The Brevard Zoo again just a few days ago. This fine Central Florida zoo–like most in the country–closed back in March. It reopened… Continue Reading “Something tells me…”

Happy 4th of July to all

There’s no way I would pass on an opportunity to observe a 4th of July. No way. But it’s also true that it feels different this year. It’s felt different for me and a whole lot of other patriots for the last three times… Continue Reading “Happy 4th of July to all”