Month: October 2018

Thomas Ingoldsby and Thomas Jefferson Signatures?

Here’s your’s truly doing a bit of a mystery search today. It starts when I pick up on old book formerly owned by Thomas Littlehales, lately of Forest Grove Oregon (passed away circa 1945) my great grandfather on my mother’s side.  He owned two…

Into the Inferno – a novel by Earl Emerson

Into the Inferno by Earl Emerson This is a fast-moving firefighter book with a twist that may not be as rare as we would like to think. When a firefighter pulls open the door to a burning house, car or barn they have no…

Book Review: Fatal by Michael Palmer

Fatal by Michael Palmer My rating: 4 of 5 stars When I think of chemicals and waste products that cause human cancers, deformities, life-threatening illnesses and such, I think of Erin Brockovich and her quest to stop the release of hexavalent chromium into the…

Book Review: The Chemist byStephenie Meyer

The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer My rating: 5 of 5 stars As a former nerdy ex-science/biology/chemistry teacher, it’s always fun to read about the underdog who ultimately breaks up the plot to overthrow the government! This story will keep you guessing and turning pages…

The Supreme Court: Not about Political Party. It’s about our Nation’s Solidarity

Dear Readers, this is my open letter to the U.S. Senate. It is not inflammatory, but rather thoughtful, about what we are doing or allowing to be done to our country and our unique governmental institutions. Dear Senators Wyden and Merkley,     5 October, 2018…

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