Andy Torbett

The Sanctity of Human Life

January 21, 2014

This article was posted for the 41st anniversary of Roe v Wade that made abortion legal in our land and started our national holocaust. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Once, a well-known […]


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Pennsylvania Avenue Grinch

December 24, 2013
Pennsylvania Avenue Grinch

  It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.  Yes, the time of year when the majority of Americans have to start walking on eggshells, watching what they say, hoping they won’t be baited into saying something “hateful” by an conniving interviewer, and generally cowering in the corner, while the minority of Americans publicly lash […]


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The Fix is In

December 4, 2013
The Fix is In

And then I agreed with a reporter from NBC.  Yes, I started a sentence and a column with a conjunction, but my whole world has been shaken. NBC’s Chuck Todd is making small perceptible movements towards the venerable world of common sense and in public no less. Here I sit, trying to piece my thoughts […]


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Thanksgiving

November 27, 2013
Thanksgiving

I spend my days with children.  Not just as a Mom of four but it’s what I do for a living.  I can tell you that after 20 years of working with children, one thing is very clear; as human beings, thankfulness does not necessarily come naturally.  Thankfulness has to be taught.  We as human […]


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Outrage Outage and Rotten Cabbage

August 19, 2013
Outrage Outage and Rotten Cabbage

    I picked a cabbage out of my garden. There seemed to be some rot on the outer leaves.  The rot seemed minimal and confined to the first layers of the head.  Hoping to have some fresh coleslaw for supper, I peeled back the outer leaves of the cabbage.   To my dismay, worms had […]


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Embrace Distaste

May 3, 2013
Embrace Distaste

    For six hours residents of the State of Maine waited for the opportunity to speak in a hearing before the Health and Human Services Committee dealing with the need of funding for beds for the elderly in nursing homes.  When they finally had their chance to speak, Maine voters were treated to an […]


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