Archive for August 14th, 2007

Insurance Companies Sentencing People to Death?

Cancer Patient Fights Insurance Company Over Surgery Last Edited: Saturday, 11 Aug 2007, 5:25 PM CDT Created: Saturday, 11 Aug 2007, 5:11 PM CDT “SMITHVILLE, Mo. — A Smithville, Mo. man battling cancer says he’s also fighting his insurance company. Ed Fenton, 45, claims Coventry Health Care won’t pay for a surgery he needs […]

Political Correctness Gone Overboard

I know, I know: the title of this post is pretty lame, since PC went overboard a long, long time ago. But I’m tired and it’s the best I can do. I saw this article on CNS News called “School Calendar Drops ‘History’ Months After ‘Gay’ Flap” and just had to shake my head yet […]

Rantings and ravings don’t necessarily lower one’s blood pressure

By Gordon Garnos AT ISSUE: Rantings and ravings come in all sizes, shapes and colors. In fact, there’s a newspaper in that town down by Harrisburg that publishes every once in a while a column of rants and raves by whomever volunteers for the day. So far, so good. However, it doesn┬╣t seem to make […]

Hiding Behind a Sick Man

My column in the Rapid City Journal today addresses the recent meltdowns by some Democrats (sorry, Todd, I wanted to mention your blogosphere meltdowns, but I only had so much space in the column) after Senator John Ensign said Republicans weren’t going to wait any longer to begin their campaign to capture the U.S. Senate […]

Weekend in Pierre

Sorry about the light (or non-existent posting) over the weekend. I published a few comments, but that was about it. My family and I spent the weekend in Pierre (the capital of South Dakota, for you out-of-staters), and there was lots to d. Besides being busy seeing all the sites, I was supposed to have […]