Long before adulthood and reality teach us otherwise, one of the greatest aspects of being young is that no limits have been placed on our dreams.
Every once in a while, my wife and I feel the need to watch a really, really bad movie.
In this Golden Age of Spin, it’s difficult to assess what actually happened Thursday on Capitol Hill.
I’d never heard of a 2000 Kevin Spacey and Helen Hunt movie entitled “Pay it Forward,” until recently.
Has anyone out there written the book “The Art of the Presidency”? If so, please send Donald Trump a copy. Overnight.
As is true with most folks my age, I’ve traveled to a lot of places over the years and have met a lot of people.
Has anyone noticed the moral and organizational collapse of the Democratic Party?
The subject of today’s public service column is…Museums.
She was a virgin when he raped her, impregnated her, and then beat her.
It’s been six weeks since I used this column as a platform to admit my continuing battle with weight issues and the daily struggles I experience trying to fix it before it’s too late.
Whether we are Democrats, Republicans or “other,” the repeal-and-replace status of the Affordable Care Act should concern all of us.
There are documents that citizens should review concerning the study of the proposed Northern Connector Road between Williamson Valley Road and Chino Valley.
This year I have again not been asked to deliver any commencement addresses.
It can be confusing: a government has millions of dollars in one account, and a huge debt for another; yet, those dollars and that debt are like oil and water – they shall not mix.
I had some spare time on my hands the other day so I walked into a nutrition store in the mall.