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Time Marches Onward

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

Some women marry partners. I married Herb. I said, “Herbie, I think this calls for a celebration!”

“Of what?”

“Thirty years! This makes 30 years for the Poosey Digest!”

“I agree. The Black Plague only lasted four and didn’t do near as much damage.”

“Herb!”

“The Great Chicago Fire only went for three days.”

“Herb!”

“And some of them were insured. Your column

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The Death of a Dream

Dw.cdrWe go to the doctor when we’re sick. So, when the doctor’s sick, where does he go?

Thanks to the Affordable Health Care Act, the future for traditional, general practice family physicians is sick. Realistically for these independent hometown health care providers, there is no future. There’s no longer any long term future for this way of health care. Someday this “sickness” will be terminal.

Many experts and politicians are

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Missouri Churning Out Close Wins by Attacking the Rim

by Benjamin Herrold 

Inch by inch, step by step, drive to the hoop by drive to the hoop, Missouri pulled its season back from the brink last week.

After three straight losses, the Tigers (18-7, 6-6 in SEC play through Sunday) got two wins in three days last week, over Arkansas and Tennessee at home. Missouri had to have both wins, which probably moved the Tigers from the outside looking

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Capitol Perspectives: Nullification

by Phill Brooks

I have become intrigued by how similar are the debates surfacing this year in Missouri’s legislature protesting federal laws, compared with the conflicts that confronted President Andrew Jackson nearly two centuries ago.

History, in a way, may be repeating itself as I have been reminded listening to legislative complaints about the federal government while, at the same time, reading Jon Meacham’s biography of Jackson.

A major portion

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Black Biblical History

ShepherdCalls_WPFebruary is Black History Month. Black people have contributed decidedly in making this a good country.

Most of us are familiar with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Frederick Douglass, George Washington Carver, and Rosa Parks. These black heroes are well known; but there are others. On February 1, 2003, the American Ambassador to Oman delivered a speech in which he listed many little known outstanding black persons in American history.

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Good Thinking: Kittens and Shaggy Dogs

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Kittens and puppies are the most playful, fun-loving creatures God ever made. They don’t seem to have a care in the world. Perhaps it’s because puppies and kittens have learned to trust their owners and to depend on their masters for all their needs.

Kittens and puppies have it made! They are sheltered from all kinds of bad weather. They never run short of something to

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Touching Jesus

by Pastor Steve Ellison

If you have ever had or known someone who had a debilitating illness that lasted for years, you know how awful that can be. It is surely depressing and affects every part of your life.

Mark 5:25-34 describes one such situation, “A woman who had had a hemorrhage for twelve years, 26 and had endured much at the hands of many physicians, and had spent all

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The Heroes of Winter

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

I’m sure you’ve been there. You sit in the store’s parking lot, the temperature hovering somewhere between chilling and killing as you try to summon up the courage to get out of the car and make a break for the automatic doors. You gauge the distance and wonder if you can dash all the way to the store without breathing, knowing that the

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The Noisiest Birdbrains

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

In the annals of the great romantics, you won’t find the name of Herb Crump listed anywhere, and when it comes to sentimentality he doesn’t even rate a footnote. We always try to buy each other a little something for Valentine’s Day  and as we’ve aged our gift exchange has turned from roses and chocolates to support hose and thermal socks. But this

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