Entrepreneur and author Wayne Allyn Root recently stated, “My fellow Americans, we are at war. We must face it head-on. Evil globalist and socialist elites are out to bring down and destroy America.
This is going to be a rather short column, because I spent the biggest part of Monday at the emergency room and it was, to say the least, a trying time.
When it was announced that President Donald Trump was going to hold a couple of ego-boosting campaign rallies disguised as patriotic Fourth of July celebrations, I was under no illusions during these times of medical, economic and racial pandemic that he would say anything that might even co…
“Watched the latest televised White House briefing on when and how to reopen our schools. A very convincing performance — like, convinced me the experts to be most trusted with reopening our schools are the education pros on the ground and in the schoolhouses in our own backyards.” — Clyde P…
“Loved Tommy Priddy’s Tee Pee Talks column Tuesday in The Post-Intelligencer on my legendary cousin, Fred (‘Butch’ to us) Gamlin. The only thing Mr. Priddy may have underreported was my late Cuz’s sense of daring, like the time in ’56 when Butch snuck around and put an ‘I Like Ike’ Republica…
If you flip on the news, you will be hard-pressed to miss the pervasive anarchy in the streets. And yet the unsympathetic mainstream media will wrap the perpetual accosting of our police officers up as a footnote.
I used to read and watch dystopian novels and movies like Hunger Games, Fahrenheit 451, Brave New World, The Handmaid’s Tale and 1984, and say to myself, I’m glad that we live in a country during a time in which it would be almost impossible for anything remotely like that ever happening, be…
Enlightenment — what is it? We could go back to the Europe of the 18th century and get into what is philosophically known as the Age of Enlightenment.
Every time I want to return to the frivolities of summer — outings with family, swimming, travel and the like — there’s a gentle reminder that these are uncertain times and, though things look “normal,” there’s nothing “normal” about where we find ourselves.
The Republican Party has considerable reason to be concerned with the potential for President Trump losing his re-election bid.
“The medical pros are more and more sketching a developing picture of pandemic panic for us, hard heads and short attention spans not being the least of our mortality risks.” — Clyde Peterson, Houston.
If you drive southwest to the U.S.-Mexico border, or if you head north to the U.S.-Canada border, you will come to a sign that says you are leaving the United States.
BBN? No, contrary to what the folks in the Bluegrass State believe, these three letters do not stand for Big Blue Nation. This acronym/initialism stands for Ballot Box in November.
Nearly 7.7 million American workers younger than 30 are now unemployed and 3 million dropped out of the labor force in the past month.
This wasn’t the column I’d plan to write this week, but I couldn’t allow Dave Vance’s misinterpretation of the ongoing work and reporting the Washington Post is doing on police shootings to go unchallenged.
I was not feeling very good Sunday. Something just kept on bugging me and nagging at me and, Sunday night, I just flat couldn’t sleep, no matter what I did.
The crux of the tired, bad-apples cliché is that some of those apples are evil and corrupt; the trite adage of a few bad ones spoiling the whole bunch paints an entire group as rotten.
Since the death of George Floyd on Memorial Day, cities across America and the world have exploded in riots, with rioters killing innocent people and destroying millions of dollars worth of property, as well as the livelihoods of many.
Now that George Floyd has been laid to rest and, at some point in the near future, the protesters will go back to dealing with the coronavirus, the question becomes: Now what?
I believe what we do today is more important than what we say. When it comes to what makes us human, and what makes us powerful, our actions are more powerful than words.
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