If you’ve been wondering where the term “whistle-ass” came from for President Flight Suit, just go here.
Working people make me so much more proud to be an American than cretinous former CEOs shoulder deep in the public trough.
Sally Baron was born in Hurley, Wis., and spent nearly her entire life in the timber and mining country of Iron County. She worked as a factory assembly worker, a waitress, a cook and a dietician, while her husband, James “Slugger” Baron, worked deep in the iron mines.
Following a promotion, Slugger worked briefly above ground on mining machinery but in 1969 was crushed under two tons of equipment. His back and all his ribs were broken and a leg was snapped at the shin.