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Diana is a USMC (ret.) spouse, mother of three and a Wichita, Kansas native. She is back in the United States after 10 years in Germany. She is a contributing author to Holiday Writes. She hates liver & motivational speakers. She loves science & naps.

Satire: President Bush and Polled Citizens Continue to Denounce Knowledge and Tom Cruise Dies

Many of those polled defended their opposition to stem cell research, saying Tom Cruise wouldn't like it. Twelve percent said their name was Tom Cruise. Read More »

Health and Not-So-Well Being

A look at sex and its consequences. Read More »

Healthy Brains Cut Funding for Treating Injured Brains

Where's the Wizard now, Scarecrow? The Tin Man killed him. Read More »

Hunting Humans: Genealogy And Tintype Photos

The world of genealogy holds more surprises at which you could shake a family tree. Read More »

A Nervous Breakdown of My Day

I thought life was so hard when the kids were young -- and it was hard, because I was young, too. Read More »

World Citizens To Save Third World From Breast Ironing

African mothers aren't criminals. They are limited in their resources, lacking the physical strength and legislative power necessary to invoke the only viable alternative. Read More »

The Grandest Fourth Of July – 1976

I've measured every patriotic event against that day. All fall short with hyped-up attempts at externally prompting that which can only be internally felt. Read More »

From The Mouths of Babes

Children manage to say the most delightful, funny, and sometimes inappropriate things, no matter how young or old they are. Read More »

Stuttgart Fight: The World Cup’s Non-Event

If Stuttgart was the scene of rioting and rampaging, we must reclassify the uprisings in Los Angeles, New Orleans, and Paris as Armageddon. Read More »

The New American Dream

I have an issue with the Haditha incident: Americans are too quick to condemn without any knowledge of those who put their lives on the line for them. Read More »