Fritz Groszkruger

02/09/2016 - 6:37pm
Our youngsters deserve better      It’s birthday time around here. Thirty-five years ago on Feb. 6, my Dawnie had this giant baby pop out and run around the hospital like the gingerbread boy. Well not quite, but almost.      I remember telling my grandpa, “Dawn had a boy and his name is Hans.” He looked at me, astonished. I asked what was...
11/17/2015 - 3:50pm
Students and sofa men      Have you ever heard of sofa men?      In the oil-rich countries of the Persian Gulf, most men work for the government. They sit around dozing and watching TV, sometimes carrying papers to and from one office to another. These countries include Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, the...
11/03/2015 - 1:35pm
Open arms        Coming soon to a neighborhood near you: Refugees. A new kind of foreign invasion is about to change our daily lives. Thanks to the neo-cons, increased diversity will enrich our cultural experience.      There is much talk of welcoming the new arrivals to our kind and caring embrace (...
10/20/2015 - 10:48am
Preserve life        “In a cornfield each tiny seed sprouts into a fragile seedling, subject to the calamities of weather and insects and disease. It struggles on its own to survive without any knowledge of the neighboring plants. But without its neighbors it wouldn't survive. It would grow tall, blow over and...
10/06/2015 - 12:40pm
Defense, or offense        The Russian threat is real if the Muslims don’t get here first. Sharia law was recently touted as imminent. But somehow it has been discovered that U.S. law, if enforced, should prevent imposition of Sharia? Now we watch the skies for a “Red Dawn” style invasion of Russian...
09/22/2015 - 1:47pm
Honor Him        On the way home from the Hampton Municipal Airport where we were loading cover crop seed onto an Air Tractor, I tuned into NPR for an alternative to, uh I’m not sure what; 10 second news stories?      There was a young gal on there complaining about “old white men wanting to...
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