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America quietly observes the madness of North Korea’s Kim Jong-un and President Trump as they do their nuclear saber-rattling dance. We nervously hope we won’t… Continue reading
Don’t you wonder what changed our government from the democracy intended by our Founding Fathers, to the anti-government it has become today? The majority of… Continue reading
An e-mail this morning brought updated news of dozens of factions, all crying out for their embattled causes. These champions are now witnessing their causes… Continue reading
President Trump’s firing of FBI director James Comey was quite the showstopper a couple weeks back. It had everyone’s attention. Comey had been investigating possible… Continue reading
Here we are, life in the fast lane with President Trump at the wheel. It hasn’t been boring. It hasn’t been reassuring, either, as he… Continue reading
Shame on every Republican leader who has no difficulty in backing the intentionally coldhearted Trumpcare plan. As you remember, Trump ran on the promise of… Continue reading
Perhaps we’re just dreaming and what we think is real is just one more chapter from George Orwell’s “1984.” Kellyanne Conway’s “alternative facts,” however easy… Continue reading
How do you celebrate Christmas? Pew Research provided some noteworthy U.S. statistics regarding the holiday (Holy Day). Christmas today is celebrated by 96 percent of… Continue reading
Are you with Hillary, or against her?
Here’s a quick and easy look at some of the most notable issues championed by Hillary Clinton for action during her presidency.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg publicly expressed doubt of Donald Trump’s presidential abilities.
Here’s one more column regarding the focus of the Republican presidential primary: reality TV star Donald Trump.
The long, drawn-out process of choosing presidential nominees can also leave us feeling pretty perplexed. For five months, these candidates go back and forth across the nation in order to collect votes and delegates from each state.
What can be done to help get America out of its terrible trend of gun violence? There’s an estimated 270 Americans shot per day. “The United States sees an average of 92 gun deaths per day — and more preschoolers are shot dead each year than police officers are killed in the line of duty,” writes the New York Times’ Nicholas Kristof.
Pope Francis released his encyclical on the environment (“Laudato Si”) in June, and captured the world’s attention. The document is available online.
Next month, I’ll be turning an age that has Medicare-related insurance propaganda piling up on my desk in an attempt to woo me in their door. And the upcoming big “6-5” has got me thinking about the enlightened old days.
The season of consumer frenzy finds many of us dreaming of buying or receiving new electronic gadgets. We are fascinated by new gadgets that are shinier, thinner, lighter and just plain more fun than older models.
Death is something we generally don’t like thinking or talking about, whether it’s our own or a loved one’s.
Let’s be perfectly honest. The Great Divide between the two gun initiatives — I-594 and I-591 — will never see a bridge built. Both factions are obstinate and emotional. Extreme politics are becoming more visible as we get closer to Nov. 4.