Tag Archives: promises

Pants on Fire

Alan Zendell, May 6, 2018 He’s lied his entire life – it’s well documented. He’s made promises he never intended to keep and defrauded people all his life. That’s well documented, too. He lied when he said he couldn’t release … Continue reading

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Faded Magic

Alan Zendell, March 15, 2018 Every year, toy manufacturers come up with a new set of flashy playthings. They’re brightly colored and they promise hours of fun. Our kids see them in TV commercials and on store shelves, and leading … Continue reading

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A Hundred Days

Alan Zendell, April 24, 2017 In November, 2015 I visited the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park, New York. It was very early in our far too long presidential campaign when every candidate was bemoaning the inability of … Continue reading

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Health Care, Round 2

Alan Zendell, April 19, 2017 Yesterday, I had a surgical procedure done at my excellent county hospital. It involved four appointments with three doctors and a half day in the outpatient surgery wing of the hospital. Since I have outstanding … Continue reading

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Where Have I Heard This Before?

Alan Zendell, March 20, 2017 Echoes of déjà vu and familiarity have been bouncing around in my head for almost two years now. Today, I happened across a brochure from the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, titled ODD, or … Continue reading

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A Letter to People Who Voted For Trump

Alan Zendell, March 19, 2017 Agnes Gyorgyey Summers came to the United States as a young girl from Hungary during the anti-Soviet uprising of 1956. She has spent most of her life as an American working to assure that people in … Continue reading

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Seventh Grade Civics

Alan Zendell, March 14, 2017 I am frequently amazed at how little the average American understands about the way our government works. Admittedly, thirty-seven years as a federal employee gave me a leg up, but what was everyone else doing … Continue reading

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