Out of Left Field  

Our guest columnist, Mike hayes, takes the counterpoint to Publisher Stan Deatherage's conservative point. But that is what makes this such a wonderful world - the difference of opinions.

Red Sox baseball has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. It was introduced to me by my father at my first game in 1973.
Diane Rufino's most recent article gives a very cogent and convincing argument as to why government shouldn't be trusted.
The American relationship between government and those governed has reached a 50 year low.
America was shocked by the anti-American hatred expressed through the Islamic Revolution led by the Ayatollah Khomeini.
When your favorite sports star says his contract negotiations are “not about the money”, or when ANY politician moves his/her lips. These are what I call BS moments.
Publisher's Note: I suppose it would not be much of a stretch to suggest that our friend and frequent contributor, Mike Hayes, is not so much of a fan of the former Republican VP Candidate.
With the fall of the Soviet Union in the late 1980’s, the United States was left as the only superpower capable of wielding global influence.
What I continue to find out is that my moral outrage does not fold the laundry. Speaking out against the evil capitalist empire does not feed my family or my pets.
Yes, Hell has frozen over, but here above the underworld on terra firma, the politcal climate is certainly heating up.
Obama's first 365 days could be just like "the Gipper's." If one remembers well back in 1980, Ronald Wilson Reagan was none too popular as well.

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