A few days ago, my wife and I joined some friends for a gathering during a few rare hours when we weren’t busy hauling a teenager to some kind of expensive activity or hosting an entire herd of them at our home to ransack our pantry and abuse the plumbing.
Last week’s televised hearings addressing the violence that occurred at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, were nothing short of riveting and disturbing.
Since baseball’s earliest years, U.S. presidents have been big fans of the national pastime.
The Colorado River Compact turns 100 this year, but any celebration is damped down by the drying-up of the big reservoirs it enabled.
Here we go again regarding gun rights and rightfully so as how many more useless killings must we experience before we do something to stop these tragedies?
Wow! Will this really be my 19th Father’s Day as a father?
Matthew McConaughey was the star of this week’s gun drama in Washington.
In this age of technology, is there a good reason that mail-in votes are counted by hand?
Americans are so angry about so many things – with partisan politics topping the list.
Here are two indisputable facts about President Biden’s open borders agenda.
For years, social interactions between men and women have become fractured, where the wrong word or glance could end your life as you know it.
It’s blasphemy in certain circles to state the obvious, which is that America is not exceptional in every way and that Americans are not the peerless masters of the universe.
Why is it that whenever we dig into the details of a mass shooting we wind up finding nothing but screw ups?
When the draft Supreme Court opinion overturning the constitutional right to an abortion was leaked to the media last month, it tore through Washington, D.C. with the force of a category five hurricane.