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Business English Pet Peeves

I have a few pet peeves. I prefer that shirts, even t-shirts and Hawaiian shirts, to be tucked in. I know it is silly, but for me it goes along with pants hanging about the knees showing off one’s Batman … Continue reading

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Academic Ethics

Online cheating devalues education Columbia Missourian – With Permission Wednesday, December 5, 2012 | 6:00 a.m. CST; updated 6:40 p.m. CST, Wednesday, December 5, 2012 BY DAVID ROSMAN   I am not technophobic! As we head toward the plethora of … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to J. Karl Miller

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J. Karl Miller is a friend and fellow columnist on Thursdays for the Columbia Missourian. He is the conservative to my liberal points of view. We have defended each other many a time and have disagreed often. He is a … Continue reading

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I’ll Be Back!

Yes, it has been a while since I have written here and I do apologize. It’s not like there has been nothing to write about. Between the Republicans not being able to decide who is the Front Runner of the … Continue reading

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Anger, anger everywhere

New Hampshirites should be proud of their state representative, Lynne Blankenbeker. She is a nurse and officer in the Naval Reserves, served in the U.S. Air Force, and is a practicing attorney.  Blankenbeker also sits on the House State-Federal Relations … Continue reading

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The Debt Ceiling – Point-Counterpoint

While both parties share much of the blame for the profligate spending that got us to this point, the inaction and hypocrisy of the Democrats are inexcusable.  J. Karl Miller The world will not blame the Republicans or Democrats, the … Continue reading

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July 4 is for hope

It is the Fourth of July as I write and though I should be taking the time off to relax and reflect, I am self-employed and work does not just turn off; even this, the writing my weekly commentary. My … Continue reading

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Where is your Mommy Voice?

[This article has been selected for DeFinis Communications’ “Top Presentation Strategies for Women” Blog Carnival. You can enjoy even more posts from other exceptional bloggers at http://www.definiscommunications.com/blog/blog-carnival-top-presentation-strategies-for-women.] We have three basic “voices” in our lives; our happy voice, which is a … Continue reading

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Are you smarter than our newest citizens?

So, are you smarter than the immigrant who is being sworn in as an American citizen on July 4? It is the July Fourth weekend. July 4, celebrating that the Continental Congress did not take the Independence Day week off … Continue reading

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It’s About Politics

Last week I wrote a somewhat scathing column in the Columbia Missourian concerning the attempt of the ACLU’s Eastern Missouri Affiliate to disband the Mid-Missouri Chapter. Needless to say, that that commentary resulted in numerous responses, mostly good, some bad … Continue reading

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