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Recipe of the Week: Cottage Cheese Pancakes with Honey Butter

Recipe of the Week: Cottage Cheese Pancakes with Honey Butter

Cottage Cheese Pancakes: Ingredients: 3 egg yolks 1/2 C Cottage Cheese 1/3 C milk 1/4 C all purpose flour 1/4 tsp salt, opt 1 egg white Directions: Beat egg yolks until thick. Mix in cottage cheese. Blend in milk, flour and salt. Beat egg white to soft peak. Fold into batter. Let it stand about […]

Reflections on Inauguration Day and the March

Reflections on Inauguration Day and the March

    By Naomi Fisher President Trump’s speech gave me so much hope. Those were the words with which he started his campaign, i.e. Bring the Nation back to the people. Make it our country. Make us proud of it again. Give us work. Stop sending jobs overseas and leaving our people jobless and hungry. […]

An Holiday Message

An Holiday Message

. . By Naomi Fisher  I cringe inside when I hear people growl, “Bah Humbug!” Or when they sneer and grumble about the crowds and the Holidays themselves. Hopefully this letter will relieve some of their resentment. Are you are among those who get claustrophobic in Holiday Shopping Crowds? Or, someone whose nerves are jangled […]

Calories or Turn Indicators?

Calories or Turn Indicators?

. . By Naomi Fisher While crossing an intersection in broad daylight three cars turned left in front of me. None of them had their signal indicators on. I could have easily touched the third car. Were those drivers too lazy to turn their blinkers on? Or too inconsiderate to wait their turn? Or too […]

Guest Editorial: A Senior Citizen’s Apology

Guest Editorial: A Senior Citizen’s Apology

By Naomi Fisher   As a child of the fifties I grew up with an absolute belief in our country and government. In school we “educated” civilians scoffed at the “propaganda” we were told the poor, delusional Russian citizens were fed. We even felt sorry for the uninformed fools on the other side of the Cold […]

Guest Editorial: The Windfall Made On A Lifesaving Drug

Guest Editorial: The Windfall Made On A Lifesaving Drug

By Naomi Fisher So many people have allergies or bad allergy attacks and have to depend on the EpiPen for relief or to save their lives. For those of you who watch TV that’s what the Paramedics often inject when they are called to help a victim. But Mylan the manufacturer now has a monopoly on […]

Trans-Pacific Partnership Attacks Civil Rights

Trans-Pacific Partnership Attacks Civil Rights

. . By Naomi Fisher  If TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) Trade Agreement is it such a great thing for the U.S. and our citizens, why keep it a secret?  It’s already passed the Senate. If it passes the House President Obama, who is pushing it, will sign it, making it a reality. While voting on their […]

Minimum Wage kills small business while another faces layoffs

Minimum Wage kills small business while another faces layoffs

   

Covering the Special Olympics: Seemingly Not So Special for American Television

Covering the Special Olympics: Seemingly Not So Special for American Television

    By Naomi Fisher Cheers to Channel 7 for wonderful coverage of the Special Olympics World Games 2015 Opening Ceremonies on Saturday, 7/25/15. Boos and Jeers to Channel 5 and 7 for not covering ANY of the actual competitions. On Sunday, 7/26/15, a TV news reporter actually said: “There have already been some gold […]