Rich Glennie

07/20/2016 - 10:40am
I saw something the other day that gave me renewed hope. It involved a young girl coming to my front door one afternoon. Last week, my wife and I were watching TV when someone knocked at the door. My wife answered, and after a few moments asked me to talk to the person. It turned out to be a young girl, perhaps 9 or 10 years old, with several young bike-riding companions. She was quite upset...
03/30/2016 - 9:01am
What seems to pass for discourse nowadays is … volume. Those who can outshout their opponents seem to think they are the winners. Recent incidents involving metro school district meetings as well as Minnesota House committee meetings have been disrupted by loud-mouthed protesters, who seem to think their views are the only ones that need...
03/16/2016 - 10:41am
Canada is our largest trading partner, it shares the longest border with us, yet Americans literally ignore our large neighbor to the north. We simply take it for granted. But what happens in the States impacts Canada almost as much. So Canadians have opinions about the current free-for-all called American political campaigning. I decided to...
03/09/2016 - 10:20am
The headline in a recent British tabloid said it all about the current state of the American presidential campaigning. With a large, full-page photo of Donald Trump, the large headline stated: “Really?” It sums up a lot of opinions here and abroad. As the GOP regulars scramble to slow him down, Trump simply lets fly with the latest...
02/17/2016 - 11:25am
I was just sitting around contemplating some of the mysteries of life the other day, and came to the conclusion that some mysteries may never get solved. For example: Why is it when the speed limit on Highway 22 between Glencoe and Hutchinson was 55 mph most motorists sped along at 60 mph or more. But now that the same stretch of highway is...
01/20/2016 - 8:24am
As a retired editorial writer, it has been difficult to just sit on the sidelines as the presidential candidates continue ranting and raving about each other and the other party’s hopefuls. I was hoping the field would be culled to a workable number by now but, sadly, it has not. Political ambitions and egos die hard. I also hoped the...
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