Life on Wheels – a story of Bill Lang By William Lazarus Bill Lang’s first bike belonged to his brother, and was way too big. Joliet, 1952. Bill was four years old. His brother owned a 28 inch bike.…Continue
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It was about 1980. I was a newspaper reporter in Anchorage, where the city came up with an appealing plan: Fix up lost and stolen bikes that had not been reclaimed, paint them white, and park them by…Continue
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By weekday, Keith Kleinfeldt works as a plumber, plugging leaks at the Hammond Public Schools. By weekend, he’s likely to be traveling the nation, coordinating details and troubleshooting problems…Continue
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Once again, the Obamanable leftists are attempting to destroy religious freedom in their efforts to force taxpayers and the insured public to fund birth control. Thank God there are voices in the…Continue
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