“Do you mind if we have leftovers?”
As the holiday season approaches, the spending begins.
In the smoldering wake of what can only be called a Republican debacle, many pundits much better schooled in politics and history weighed in with their opinions on what happened.
Vinyl records are making a comeback, and it’s not just nostalgic old fogies who are driving the trend.
When it comes to sappy holiday movies, you either scorn them as you would another pair of reindeer-themed socks, or you eagerly binge on offerings such as “My Southern Family Christmas,” produced by Hallmark and described thusly:
We’re more than a week out from the 2022 midterm elections, and there has been considerable commentary and various reasons offered about why the results turned out the way they did.
November has been declared National Caregiver month by the President of the United States.
Please pardon me, but I am always overcome by mawkish sentimentality at this time of year.
The Republicans won the House.
The failure of a major cryptocurrency exchange has wiped out many crypto investors, and it could lead to potential scammers looking to cash in.
The whole concept of a bed and breakfast is pretty ingenious and fits almost perfectly with my lifestyle.
One of the most enduring justifications for a combat operation was uttered by an Army major in the war in Vietnam in 1968: “It became necessary to destroy the town to save it.”
This is addressed to the people who remain in a state of shock after Pennsylvania voters chose John Fetterman to represent them in the U.S. Senate come January.
An old river-running motto says, “Old boaters never die, they just get a little dinghy.” And some never lose their passion for keeping rivers wild.
The Republican Party endured considerable humiliation on election night, as their much-anticipated “red wave” turned out to be a red thud.
DeSantis, Kemp and Abbott.
This week half the country will be upset by the midterm election results and half will be elated.
My cousin’s husband owns a funeral home, so I’m anxious to hear his take on a front-page article from the Nov. 4 “Wall Street Journal.”
We’re all going to have to adapt to the way the Internet has changed global commerce and banking eventually.
Real Change PAC has filed its statement of opposition to the Hualapai Basin's designation as an irrigation non-expansion area (INA) as testimony for the Arizona Department of Water Resources (ADWR) public hearing process ordered by the ADWR Director on Oct. 12.
If you or one of your loved ones are on Medicare, you’re probably aware that open enrollment ends Dec. 7.
For the past few weeks, dozens of turkey vultures have been circling on thermals over my house in Oregon, preparing to soar away south into California.
Murphy’s Law being what it is, whether you’re talking about a surprise party, a romantic getaway or visiting an acquaintance in the hospital, good intentions don’t always pan out.
It was extra painful to watch the president give that terrible speech to the country on Wednesday night.