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Dear Amy: Ten years ago, while married, I became romantically involved with a woman who also was married at the time. A few years ago, my wife and I divorced, but the girlfriend "Leigh" remained married (her husband was a traveling salesman, so he wasn'...
Tags: Pathology, Medical Specialization
The Hartford CourantSeptember is Infidelity Month. It has been so designated by ashleymadison.com, "the dating site for those already in relationships." I'm not sure what the proper name is for people who engage in infidelity, but I guess you would call them infidels. I...
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Five years ago, when I covered David Petraeus' triumphant visit to Capitol Hill after he salvaged the war effort in Iraq, I likened the reception he received to that of conquering generals of Rome, who were feted with laurels, purple robes, trumpets and...
Tags: David Vitter, Don Sherwood, FBI, Craigslist, Inc., Bill Clinton
Gen. David H. Petraeus, long the most famous overachiever in the U.S. Army, is already on his way to a new career distinction: breaking the land speed record for rehabilitation from a scandal. It was only two weeks ago that Petraeus resigned from his...
In William Shakespeare's "Othello," an important general finds himself the victim of a little scheme, concocted by a disgruntled subordinate, to bring him down by making him jealous. It's a tawdry, less-than-credible bit of business involving a...
It seemed at first like a welcome break from political overload. There's nothing like a juicy sex scandal to relieve election fatigue. But this one, it turns out, brims with suggestions of military misconduct and questions of national security that have...
Tags: FBI, Bars and Clubs, NATO, James Allen, Tampa
The Hartford CourantThe Oxford English Dictionary unveiled its word of the year last week, helpfully providing a succinct description of the scandal that has claimed Gen. David Petraeus' glittering career and appears to have only begun its cull. Omnishambles: "a situation...
Tags: Police Investigations, Kevin Rennie, FBI, NATO, Jill Kelley
The Hartford CourantWhen David Petraeus' admirers refer to him as one of the nation's most distinguished and venerable military leaders, why do I get the sense that what they really mean is that he'd never be dishonorable enough to lie to a man? Because it's clear that...
Over the years at different times I have been asked the question, "Why are you a pastor?" Sometimes this question has given me pause because of the fact there are days when I ponder the same question! I have even had a day or two where the Petoskey News-...
People magazine has named its "Sexiest Man Alive," and the nation was surprised to learn he was not a general. The winner was actor Channing Tatum, who may be a movie star but doesn't have any stars on his chest. He is good looking enough, but no so much...
"Mrs. Robinson's Disgrace" by Kate Summerscale, Bloomsbury, 320 pages, $26. In 1858, a court in London began granting divorces to people in the middle class. They had to prove various offenses to get a divorce. Henry Robinson, a civil engineer,...
At a fundraiser at which Al Green performed last week, our president, apparently quite spontaneously, sang a snippet of the Reverend Al’s soul and lovers’ classic “Let’s Stay Together.” He hit it beautifully, with a little...
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