Tag Archives: Will Rogers

~ The Funny Truth About Debt And Money

One of my favorite sayings by humorist Will Rogers is so simple and profound that most people shrug it off.  But it is the literal, if uncomfortable truth. A man can make a million and he is on every page in the morning. But it never tells you who gave up that million he got. You […]

~ Women and War

The summer after I graduated from the police academy I was asked to give a speech for our city’s July 4th celebration about women in service to our country. I was honored. Through my research I was amazed with the history of women fighting for the United States and serving out country. For National Women’s […]

~ Elections Are Messy Business

The presidential election of 1800 between John Adams and Thomas Jefferson was particularly rough. And during the Great Depression, the American people were particularly discouraged by politics and angry with their elected officials.  As Will Rogers complained: There ought to be one day — just one — where there is open season on senators. ~~ […]

~ Enjoying Will Rogers

I have always been a huge Will Rogers fan. So when I spotted THE WIT AND WISDOM OF WILL ROGERS at a used book fundraiser for our local Humane Society last summer, I snatched it up, took it home and added it to my collection of must read books. And there old Will sat, forgotten, amid dust […]