Free Speech Discussion … and it’s free!!

Dear Guests, This will be my first “post” in nearly 18 months.  This past week has brought to light a serious question about our country’s citizen’s freedom of speech rights.  What were they in the minds of our country’s founders?  What are they “really” today in the true, practical sense of living during this politically […]

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Editor’s Note: This site has nothing to do with school board matters.

Note to those who have been referred to this site regarding a recent appointment to a public school board of trustees.  Public school board matters should not be political in nature.  This site is “primarily” in response to the Obama administration’s philosophy and actions that have adversely affected the United States causing its citizens to […]

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Kingston Trio Comfort Music Continues

By:  Columnist Bob Grafe When I mention to friends that I grew up along the banks of San Francisco Bay, I have to be careful these days how I mention that I was always attracted to the goings-on at the hungry i (or as people referred to it then as “the eye”) night club in […]

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Flag Day – A Time To Salute The American Flag

By:  Columnist Bob Grafe Flag Day has always been one of my favorite days of reflection. As a native born citizen of the United States of America, the flag brings back many positive memories as I look back over the years. My earliest recollection of the American flag having special meaning came during my elementary […]

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A Pop Quiz On The U.S. Constitution

By:  Columnist Bob Grafe Most senior citizens living in the United States are familiar with the country’s Constitution. In fact, many of us have actually read it “cover to cover.” Remembering what year in elementary or high school that we actually read it may be difficult to accurately recall. However, we do remember reading it […]

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