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I’ve had the summer off from composing columns for the Duluth Reader. I spent the spring and summer doing housekeeping that writing regularly made difficult. Having completed them as well as some organizing of my neglected office and overflowing paperwork I finally was inspired by my trip to Washington DC with grandsons to write a series of columns. I’ve got six or seven different rough drafts ready for the hard work of editing. But it was the GOP debate for the Presidential nomination in Milwaukee that made composing an article a mental health necessity. So, I sent it in yesterday. Here’s a preview:


I asked the editor to make a permanent change in my columns handle from “Not Eudora” to “Not Your Usual Republican.”

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