Monthly Archives: May 2018

The Case of the Fake Fruit

Does it worry you? I like to read the ingredients on food packets, and found an unexpected listing on a tub of Chobani blueberry yogurt. Here is the list from the tub: No fake fruit No artificial flavors No artificial … Continue reading

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Honoring Ancestors

  My heritage—in addition to being a North American native–is English, French, Osage and Lakota. Turns out, I know more about my Indian ancestors than my English or French relatives. It’s not because my relatives kept good records: they didn’t. … Continue reading

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When the Hustler gets Hustled

The game is afoot, and this time it is a confidence game. Our country’s leading con man—or confidence man (a swindler who take your trust and your cash)—is getting his comeuppance. The attorney for Stormy Daniels (the porn star who … Continue reading

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