Category Archives: Stuart Rosebrook

Poem of the Day: “Old Glory”

“Old Glory” Red States, Blue States. Purple States, Green States. 50 Stars, 50 States, 13 Stripes, Red and White, and a Field of Blue. America. Stuart Rosebrook, copyright 2012

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Volunteering at the Heart of Our Great Nation

On Memorial Day I suggested in this Writer’s Group column in the Iowa City Press-Citizen that at the foundation of our great nation is a spirit of volunteerism that is defined most dramatically by the sacrifice of our veterans who have served and defended … Continue reading

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Scott Baxter’s 100 Years, 100 Ranchers Hot Off the Press

Scott Baxter’s epic Arizona Centennial project, 100 Years, 100 Ranchers has just been published by Prisma Graphics of Phoenix. Bound by Roswell Press, also of Phoenix, the hard bound with cover book with its meticulously reproduced large format black and … Continue reading

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Screenwriter Jeb Rosebrook Celebrates Junior Bonner 40th Anniversary

On Sunday, April 1, 2012, at 3 p.m., on 960-AM, the Patriot, Phoenix, Ariz., Keith Woods will host an hour long interview on our show Arizona Centennial Stories, sponsored by Messinger Mortuaries, with screenwriter, novelist, playwright and Emmy-nominated television writer … Continue reading

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Arizona Centennial Stories: The Orme School and Camp

  Last Sunday, my father Jeb Rosebrook and I were interviewed by Keith Woods on Arizona Centennial Stories 960 AM Phoenix about the history of The Orme School and Camp. The internationally renowned school and camp north of Phoenix has … Continue reading

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America’s Future Starts in Iowa with the 5 I’s

In recent weeks, I have written about Arizona’s Centennial on Feb. 14, 2012 and Iowa’s opportunity to lead America forward in the Iowa City Press-Citizen. I believe that both Arizona and Iowa share numerous similarities in their past, present and … Continue reading

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Music for the Soul: L.A. to Nashville and Back Again

  From Haggard to the Rolling Stones, from Duane Eddy to Bill Monroe, from Johnny Cash to Led Zeppelin, the music of the last half century can soothe your aching heart, bring peace to a stressful day, or provide inspiration … Continue reading

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Super Tuesday Hangover

America awoke this morning with a pounding headache. As the GOP bashes each other like a Punch and Judy show, the President draws a moral line in the sand between Syria and Libya (really?), Israel perches on the edge of … Continue reading

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Rebuild Ohio and You’ll Rebuild America

So Goes Ohio, So Goes America: Or How America’s Global Economic Empire of Democratic Capitalism has Failed the Most Important Workers and Families — Americans (Dateline: 6 March 2012, Iowa City, Western News Network) Ohio, once America’s standard bearer of American … Continue reading

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Super Tuesday: The View from Iowa City

AMERICA’S SUNBELT SHIFT WILL DETERMINE 2012 ELECTION: Part 1 (Dateline: 6 March 2012; Iowa City, Iowa; Western News Network) Today, across America, from the far northern reaches of Alaska to the hills and hollows of Vermont and Virginia, Americans in … Continue reading

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