Month: January 2016

Days of Destiny

DAYS OF DESTINY In every era and in every generation there are crucial moments when a significant decision has to be made, and the consequences of that choice can change the course of history. Many times the full impact of such a decision does not become clear at […]

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  JAN 25 Now that the college football season has finally ended and most hunting seasons are closed or closing, the attention of the average southerner is turning to our real national pastime, politics. On the national scene the combination of Donald Trump and Sarah Palin is proving […]

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    JAN 18’ My 2016 Subscription Campaign, (Beg-A-Thon) has entered its third week, and so far, it’s resulted in 48 new subscribers. The only yardstick for judging a blog like mine is the number of subscribers. I send it to over 1000 folks, but many who go […]

AMERICA THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

AMERICA THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS Southerners love politics. We’re particularly vocal where local issues are concerned. The average Southerner is often more concerned about choosing the County Sherriff or a local member of the City Council than who’s going to be the next President. The State legislature makes decisions that […]

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JANUARY 11, 2016   The University of Alabama continued its domination of college football last night with a hard fought win over a very good bunch of Clemson Tigers. This was Alabama’s fourth National Championship in the last seven years. If that ain’t domination, I’ll kiss your biscuit. […]

Subscriber Contest!

FIRST ANNUAL SUBSCRIBER CONTEST Just as PBS has a never ending beg-a-thon, so does As I Like It! Unlike PBS however, we are not asking for money but rather your help in beefing up our subscriber base. We currently have over 200 subscribers, and they are the reason […]

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JANUARY 4, 2016 The New Year is upon us, and it’s brought with it the final season of Downton Abbey. Okay, I realize that it’s a soap opera in a nice house, but just watching Maggie Smith shred the scenery is worth tuning in. Personally, I’ve enjoyed Julian […]