[…] gone forever. I worked for the company at its Kodak Park Works in Rochester, New York in the 1960s, leaving of my own accord […]
One gray afternoon in the 1990s, while on a motor trip home from Philadelphia, I stopped by my old high school, the Henry C. […]
[…] Both my heart and my car run well, and my teeth are in reasonably good condition for my age.
Americans have never wanted to be […]
If you put a lot of marbles in a jar, then ask a thousand passers-by to estimate the number of marbles, the answers will […]
[…] recommended changing money at the airport kiosks. But George, our Taiwanese contact in Taipei, told us not to fret — ATMs were everywhere and […]
[…] pictures of AVO men, the hated Hungarian secret police, being shot down in the street, or hanging from trees.
The book’s author was British writer […]
The blessings of civilization aren’t just for humans.
Early on Easter morning, 1722, Dutch explorer Jacob Roggeveen spied land in the distance and set his sails for the tiny island. His men […]
It’s difficult finding good green jobs today, even after $110 billion in stimulus money has been spent to help create them. Newly formed green […]
[…] the author’s attempt to sort through America’s flaws, as he perceives them, in order to explain the ascendency of President Donald Trump. The rock […]