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  1. Brother's passing marks end of era

    More than 65 years ago, my mother, aka 'Sweet Marie,' miscarried her first child.

  2. Has spring arrived in Michigan?

    Nearly 70 degrees on Thursday. Snow possible early next week. Ah, Michigan.

  3. Let's come together for good health

    We men rarely 'come together' as a group to fight an illness that, statistically, eventually, will more than likely strike all of us. That changed for me (in a big way) this last week.

  4. The boys of summer, the start of spring

    'Outta' My Mind on a Saturday Moanin'' Here comes summer. No, really. The Detroit Tigers' season opener against the Kansas City Royals is Monday, and everyone seems to be ready.

  5. In a troubled time, let's choose to be 'Happy'

    As I spoke with Congressman Mike Rogers as he stood in the nation said to be astride the East-West divide, Kiev, Ukraine, I couldn't help but be reminded of hearing President Barack Obama saying this past week how he was going to continue to handle Russia

  6. 'Ugly' troubles face General Motors

    Mistakes happen. Problems come up. As always, it comes down to what you do about the problem once you discover it. Here we go again with, 'What did they know and when did they know it?'

Columnist

Paul W. Smith is the radio news talk show host at WJR-AM from 5:30-9 a.m. Monday through Friday. He has been with WJR since July 1996 and is a regular fill-in on "The Rush Limbaugh Show," "The Sean Hannity Show" and "Paul Harvey's News and Comment." He has hosted shows on the ABC Radio Network and the former Financial News Network as well as in Philadelphia, New York City and Toledo. A University of Michigan graduate, Smith devotes time to many public service groups, including Think Detroit PAL.

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