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You Can Survive Alcohol and Drug Addiction

Does sobriety seem too far away? Does it seem like something that is completely out of your reach? That is because you have not chosen from the heart and complete determination to end the nightmare of drinking in your life. You need to look at your patterns on where you go and with whom. You need to educate your minds with which path to start going down and leave your past pain and struggles in the dust.

Barnstable Today: Tuesday November 25, 2014

The Sandy Neck Board is prepping for the future, Habitat for Humanity continues it’s mission of affordable housing in Barnstable, and all Barnstable police officers will soon be trained to use Narcan.

Town Meeting Trophies in Falmouth

Prolific American author Louis L’Amour understood local government. His father was a local politician in the Dakota Territory early in the western novelist’s life. So, when he offered his opinions on democracy, he had personal observations as a foundation for his thoughts. On democracy, he noted that, “to make democracy work, we must be a nation of participants, not simply observers. One who does not vote has no right to complain.”

Anti-Pilgrim Activists Lack Credibility

I’ve never gotten terribly involved with the debate over the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant but I tend to come down against closing the plant because of some general feelings that I have about the anti-nuclear/environmental movement. To explain: I have never gotten serious answers to the following two questions from an anti-nuclear person:

When Negligence Results in Tragedy/ Accountability and Responsiveness

For my entire career, I have handled cases in which negligence results in tragic loss. A pharmaceutical company that markets a drug it knew could cause death (my hemophilia/AIDS cases being one example) ; a drunk driver killing or maiming an innocent driver or pedestrian; a rapist that changes the life of a victim forever as a result of a violent act. I have had all those cases and I could go on. They all also change the life of the lawyer because you share and live with the pain of the victim. They all cry out for Accountability on the part of the wrongdoer.

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Barnstable Today: Friday November 21, 2014

Details from last night's Town Council meeting on this episode of Barnstable Today.

A Very Special Hour of Honor

Here’s the good news: with the election over, we get a reprieve from droning, incessant, negative TV ads on the candidates. Here’s the bad news: our television viewing will now return to droning, incessant ads pitching furniture, cars, and male performance enhancers. Not much of an improvement.

Barnstable Today: Thursday November 20, 2014

Find out what's on the agenda for tonight's Town Council meeting on this episode of Barnstable Today.

Another week of Cape Cod Living & Taco Salad

      Living life on the Cape definitely has it's ups or advantages, then again it can also have its down and disadvantages. Home repairs and upgrades and new appliances. As I previously noted, I am the second owner of a house built in '71, it's a nice ranch with a wicked 10' ceiling walk out basement. But there is much about it that is still 1971, the kitchen, the bathroom, the two layers of shingles, the gutters, and some of the furniture which came with the place. Well I found out something else this past weekend.