(First published at JustOneOpinion.com on February 5, 2009) This is a short story. It’s a story full of pain and truth, yet with a happy ending. In technical terms, getting a new knee is called a “knee arthroplasty.” Currently, almost half a million people in our country have either a knee or a hip replacement [...]
May 7, 2010. Just a reminder to check out Craig’s new book, The Permanent Plan. Alaska politics, resource development, The Permanent Fund, a female governor, and the ever hot Beth Saylor are featured.
May 3, 2010. It’s been a long time, and lots of things have happened since my last update. Most notably, Craig’s new novel, The Permanent Plan, was published in April. Since I am a major contributor, I have been busy too. Craig and I both worked tirelessly over the last few months to finish the writing and to get it into print, but now that it is done, Fred is back…to talk about things like Saylor’s Triangle, The Permanent Plan, Tiger, Illegal Immigration, Jesse James, Alaska, etc.
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