Weekly Observer

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Terrible word this morning from Alexandria that Rep. Steve Scalise has been shot with others at a ball field in

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In testimony before the Senate Intelligence committee, Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III proved once again that the current administration is fully

Posted in Divided we fall, Events in the News, Government & Politics

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A beginning of a series. We have hard choices to make.   There are issues that affect all of us.  The

Posted in Divided we fall

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The federal government is always looking for opportunities for efficiency and effectiveness.  In a discussion over the holidays, a suggestion

Posted in Humor

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above Orion the Moon glows dull burnt sienna in a cold crisp night wisps of moisture as thin clouds, almost

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Perhaps it is because of the industry in which I mainly work – information technology – that I haven’t fully

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Spent the weekend in New Orleans, including a day at the Jazz and Heritage Festival.  N.O. is such a tightly

Posted in Arts

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Posted in Arts, Conversations

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A comment in the office — “Things are OK in spite of bumps in the road.  Unfortunately, I am feeling

Posted in Conversations

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The recent fatal collision on Metrorail near Fort Totten (Washington, DC) highlights an ongoing problem.  Given a choice between improving

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