The Star Tribune published my op-ed on the futility and ugliness of lawn signs.
The WSJ published my letter to the editor. See http://www.wsj.com/articles/getting-out-of-dodge-or-baltimore-1434398183
Earlier this fall, the Star Tribune ran my oped on Obama’s handling of Iraq. I have never been an Obama supporter, but he has been true to his campaign promises and his handling of Iraq clearly reflects his view of America’s role in the Middle East.
On June 4, 2013, The Wall Street Journal ran my essay on the use of the word, “the.” This letter “T” — which begins “these” not “the” — was one of over 200 T’s Donald Jackson created for The Saint John’s Bible. The text in this photo is from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible …
On March 20, the Star Tribune ran this essay on the balmy winter we have had thanks to my excessive pride. I hope you enjoy the piece.
This article comments on the connection between “disfluency” and The Saint John’s Bible. Slowing down and chewing on the words is much more fulfilling.
This page includes some of my published letters and essays. “Beeline” was my first and one of my favorites. Puns may be the lowest form of humor, but they’re still funny.