Everyone should be outraged at Democrats and Republicans for the damage they’ve done to the country during the last year.
Were you once able to eat whatever you wanted and now it seems like you can’t even look at food without gaining weight? What might be the cause of that?
Technology is a wondrous thing. All of us have experienced how it can do the heavy lifting to make our lives simpler, easier and more enjoyable.
For many of us, thinking about renewing our driver license rarely crosses our mind.
As the presidential transition takes place and the new Congress and Arizona Legislature get underway, many of us will be paying attention and providing our perspectives.
You might have seen the photo by now. Of all the disturbing images of Wednesday’s insurrection, this one lingers.
Wednesday was a sad day for America.
My son Gideon certainly had a high-octane understanding of the THEORY of driving last winter.
I spent Monday nights in the fall of 1975 breathlessly watching my favorite TV show. And I do mean breathlessly.
What a difference a terrible year makes.
OK, let’s get the obvious out of the way. 2020 was the year of COVID-19, also known as corona (minus the lime), the plague, the super crud, or, as my dad calls it (and most other contagious illnesses), “the rooty-gootus.” But what else happened in 2020?
The end of this sad, strange, historic and transformative year is almost upon us.
In case you (expletives deleted) missed the marketing campaign, on January 5 the noble public servants at Netflix will launch a six-episode series, “History of Swear Words,” hosted by actor Nicholas Cage.
The proposal by the Arizona Game and Fish Commission is going full speed, and has caused a huge division among Arizona’s sportsmen.
We got blanketed with 10 inches of snow last week and I loved it – because I love how snow slows us down and brings us to our senses.
Toilet paper is a Democratic plot!
In Oregon, the Klamath Basin wildlife refuges have fallen into their winter silence now.
This year has been difficult for many people. So, whether you’re planning on being with friends and family for the holidays, or keeping it small and simple, here are some ideas to help.
“Hello. I’m Grandpa.” For Christmas 50 years ago, my parents splurged and bought me a compact reel-to-reel tape recorder.
We are approaching the anniversary of the most horrific gun massacre in the history of the United States.
Now that we are well into the month of December, my three teenage daughters have provided me with their extensive Christmas lists – both electronic and hard copies – in triplicate.
As the rest of the West rushes to meet increasingly ambitious goals to reduce carbon emissions, one state is moving in exactly the opposite direction. It’s Wyoming, which even wants to take on the coal-fired generation that states such as Oregon and Washington are abandoning.
Methadone maintenance holds a particular place in our social psyche. Stigmas about drug use are baked into U.S. methadone treatment policies and systems which, in turn, produce treatment disparities especially for rural areas.