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On day one of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, some of Ron Paul's delegates walked out in protest, while others wore clothes pins on their noses over decisions to strip delegates from Paul and make rule changes that would make it harder for non-establishment candidates in future elections.

Ball point pen on today's newsprint

New Jersey's Governor Christie gave the key note address at 10:40 pm. I'm not going to pretend I ...

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Working at home when my kids were small, I listened to hours and hours of children's programming while I worked, the vast majority of which makes a parent want to pull their hair out. But one always stood above the rest, not two, three, four or even five, just one - Sesame Street is in a class by itself and Count Von Count, well, he's number one of course. RIP Jerry Nelson http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RX14VcKat1Y&playnext=1&list=PL85E6353632A83C52&feature=results_main ...

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Having just driven up the west coast from Los Angeles to San Francisco along California's picturesque route 1, the California coast and lifestyle are on my radar. No one personified said lifestyle more than Terry Tracy, the laid-back dude that dropped out of the rat race in the 1950's, lived in a shack on Malibu beach, surfed, partied and inspired the Gidget books, movies and television show. Tracy was 77. NYT obit   ...

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Ball point pen on today's newsprint

Well, I was away last week so here's my doodle of Mr. Ryan. Mitt's 2012 version of  "It's the economy stupid!"  or at least that was the campaign's thinking before Mr. Akins stepped center stage with his idiocy, steeling the spotlight from the economy and shining it on his and Ryan's shared views on social issues. The Romney campaign has done it's best, behind the scenes, to throw Akins under the bus but has the damage been done? Stay tuned. Enjoy the show. ...

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