My name is Earl … yes … it actually is … and I’m proud of it.
I was born in south Georgia and raised in rural Middle Georgia but have lived in the South Carolina “Low Country” for the past 30 years. I also attended college in South Carolina earning a degree in Chemistry, then returned to Georgia to study Medicine (M.D.) and trained in Family Medicine, a family tradition of sorts, following the paths of my grandfather and namesake as well as my great-grandfather.
After serving in the United States Air Force during the Reagan years, I established a solo practice to pursue my medical career as a physician, independent practitioner and businessman. After a number of years in private practice I was forced into an early retirement secondary to health issues related to Crohn’s Disease.
The name “Earl” has become synonymous with Southern wisdom … among other things. That’s what I’m going to share with you … Southern wisdom … Southern perspective … Southern insight … maybe even a tale or two, all hopefully consistent with the intent of the Founding Fathers and an antipathy to “progressive” ideas fostered for more than 100 years in certain northeastern universities based on Marxist socialism and the corrosive malignancy eroding the foundation and greatness of our country.