Jeanne Jackson

Pardon Your French

When reading about 15-year-old McKay Hatch and his success in establishing a “no cussing” week in Los Angeles, we all probably reacted the same way: Good luck with that. Hatch began by establish a No Cussing Club at his school, then went big time as the media picked up on

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Forgiving Foreclosures

This smugness in the face of other’s adversity is an ugly side of the American persona and usually the result of some judicious editing of the individual’s past; because very few people have achieved their level of comfort without the help of someone else.

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The Same Old PETA

Prior to taking on the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) apparently had some time on its hands to take objection to a column I wrote recently on their perennially rejected Super Bowl ad. PETA staffer Lindsay Pollard-Post writes in and – hoping

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Define “Ethical”

It’s that time of year again. You know – that special Sunday when you get all your snacks together and get all comfortable in front of the television so you can not watch the annual banned PETA ad.

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Inauguration Day Zen

The only ones making money this week are area hotels and restaurants . . . and Oprah Winfrey, who has moved her show to the nation’s capital for a few days. Because, you know, there isn’t enough chaos going on in Washington, D.C., this week.

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