The Cold Case of Coal Train Carlos

May 20, 2015

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Here’s a story I wrote about a cold case twenty years in the making. Maybe you can help solve the mystery.  Click the links. Coal Train Carlos pt 1 Coal Train Carlos pt 2   Advertisements

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Gun Control and the State of Our Nation

February 11, 2013

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If you scan the news, even briefly, it’s hard to miss the spree of killings lately. It seems that every other day, our kids are getting killed, or some “quiet neighbor” snapped and shot up a mall. These recent events have once again cast to the forefront, the always passionate issue of gun control. I […]

Visit Mt. Charleston

October 8, 2012

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Las Vegas.  The allure of easy money and world-class entertainment draws over 35 million visitors annually to this desert metropolis.  It’s common knowledge that while most travelers flock to Sin City in search of riches, few ever find them.  That’s because they don’t know where to look. Hidden about an hour northwest past the strip […]

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Forgotten

October 8, 2012

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Every man has a story within the book of life.  Every man wants to leave a legacy.  What follows is mine. As a child, I remember having this magical dream where I was the strongest, smartest boy in the world.  I moved mountains and flew across oceans.  I would fight strange monsters and save people.  […]

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Catoptrophobe

October 8, 2012

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Catoptrophobe   I look at him and spit.  “Useless.”  A beaten sign of things passed. Nothing on his face speaks of greatness. There’s no indication he was a titan of his day. To me, he’s just some ugly old man. But for some reason, I can’t stop staring.   The stranger stares back.  Unblinking.  Thinks […]

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Disabled

October 8, 2012

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Preface:  This is a paper I ghost wrote for a friend who was having difficulty with the subject matter.  Obviously, I don’t wear heels or carry anything resembling a purse. When I was informed of our task to spend some time in a wheelchair, I thought it would be simple.  I thought it was one […]

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The Two types of Republican

January 9, 2012

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Since the advent of cable, we’ve all heard the old complaint, “182 channels and nothing to watch.” A lot of people just want to tune out and be entertained.  But folks, if your definition of must-see TV consists of shows judging singing, dancing, or anything Seacrest esque, you are part of what’s wrong with America.  I’m here […]

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