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Who is Stealing My Potatoes?

Who is Stealing My Potatoes?

Now that we have embarked on a new year and the Democrats are already rattling their sabers and threatening to tax American citizens even more than they did just recently, I thought it might be time for a real-world review of how taxes work down in the trenches among those of us who work for […]

Baseball Economics

Baseball Economics

  In a recent newspaper column a well know economist who, regrettably, is also a college professor charged with educating young minds, posited his theory…

A Christmas Story

A Christmas Story

The Christmas season seems to bring out the best us. With the exception of Black Friday and its preceding hours, a time that spawns self…

That Darn Fiscal Cliff!

That Darn Fiscal Cliff!

  That darn fiscal cliff! It keeps creeping up on us. Legislators and their designated talking heads are alarming the news-seeking public with tales of…

About Steven Abernathy

Steven Abernathy Steven Abernathy is the author of three novels and a periodic columnist for The Destin Log and The Campbell Citizen as well as being a weekly contributor to The Daily Pamphlet. When he is not writing, Steven is a practicing dentist. He was a candidate for U.S. Congress in 1984, but, thankfully, lost the race so he has been able to maintain his honesty, straightforwardness, and ability to ‘call ‘em as he sees ‘em.’ The author/dentist claims as heroes Zane Grey and Doc Holliday, two other dentists who found gainful employment in other fields. His novels are: A Question of Character, co-written with his oldest son, John, Question introduces the reader to a fictional president and first lady who are eerily reminiscent of the Clintons, and follows them as they are the subjects of a murder investigation. Nikita’s War is a sequel to Question. It exposes a Cold War era Soviet plot to convert America to socialism, and follows the career of a foreign-born president with an alien-sounding name as he plots to undermine the freedoms and self-reliance American citizens have always enjoyed. Noah is the author’s first offering in the genre of religions fiction. American businessman John Grey is allowed to walk the decks of the Biblical Ark of Noah as a small part of his adventure into a world that relates personalities over five millennia, from the voyage of Noah to miracles of nanotechnology being discovered today. http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Ddigital-text&field-keywords=Steven+Abernathy&x=14&y=16

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