About this column title. I’m not related
to Eudora Welty, the short story writer, and she didn’t care a whit about
politics so this is definitely not Eudora.
Published Jan 8, 2004
me back to old Vietnamy
have all the Fetuses Gone
a Corn Cob
Feb 19, 2004
A Kind Word for the Trib Published Mar 3, 2004 "While helping out at a local church I overheard a minister and a member of his congregation tsk tsking the Duluth News Tribune. The paper’s misdemeanor was in manufacturing a news story. . ."
No Bull Published Mar 19, 2004 "Ed and Brittany (not their real names) felt it was time for their boy to find out about the birds and the bees. I’m only writing this out of desperation. I started half-a-dozen columns this week but I couldn’t bring myself to finish a single one of them. Pontification is so lame compared to any story about sex."
The Loop Published March 26 No, this is not a column. My editor asked if I was really a Republican when I submitted this editorial cartoon. I told him I was a "Republican on the edge."
Frank's Smudge Pots Published
April 1, 2004
the Press Published
April 16, 2004
Gunning for Fay Published May 27, 2004 "No one likes a goody-two-shoes. No one likes a whistle blower. No one likes Joanne Fay. At least Joanne's colleagues on the St. Louis County Board don't seem to like Joanne. Suddenly everyone is gunning for Commissioner Fay. . ."
Escaping the News Published June 11, 2004 "I figured that if President Bush could skip reading newspapers through his entire presidency I could do the same for two weeks while I cruise the Mediterranean."
June 25, 2004
your Ruby Slippers Published
July 9, 2004
Limbaugh's Bastard Child Published July 23, 2004 "It's a boy! Rush Limbaugh has a son!"
Out but not In - Yet Published Aug 6, 2004 "This presidential election is so close that after it is over every special interest group in America will claim that it was the one group that made the difference. Such will be the case with folks either advocating or opposing the Families First Amendment."
Bonnie and Charlie "The captain pointed out Bonnie's circular outer arms as we few over her to our destination in West Palm Beach a little north of Miami, Florida. Our flight to visit my Father-in-law, to straighten out some family business, was taking us into the state during Florida's first recorded assault by two simultaneous hurricanes. . ."
After Day One Published Sept 2, 2004 After day one of the Republican National Convention my gut tells me that George W. Bush is sixty days away from reelection.
Painting over our Differences Published Sept 17, 2004 “'Did you hear what happened at Public School Stadium last night?'”
Good Karma Published Sept. 30, 2004 "Ten years ago I wrote a “children’s story” and asked my Mother to illustrate it. . ."
Oct 14, 2004
Oct 28, 2004
Nov 11, 2004
Nov 24, 2004
Dec 9, 2004
vu Two Published
Dec 23, 2004
Opinion Index Harry's columns on specific issues.