“Couldn’t help but notice the picture in The Post-Intelligencer of the Henry Class of ’57 the other day. Somebody needs to investigate the water supply out Henry way. That was one fit-looking bunch of reunioners!” — Clyde Peterson, Houston.
As we speed swiftly toward year’s end, it’ll be important to pause, reflect and bask in what we know and all we’ve learned this year.
Albert Einstein is often attributed with defining insanity as “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” On the opposite end, wisdom is learning from experience.
Not that I needed any more proof that Republicans are hypocrites, charlatans and liars, but the congressional impeachment hearings into the behavior of President Donald Trump toward Ukraine provided me with a little more.
The November Democratic presidential debate last week was largely overshadowed by the impeachment hearings. Still, it provided some entertaining and some annoying moments.
TDS, better known as Trump Derangement Syndrome for those who don’t know, is a mental condition most often exhibited by Democrats and RINOs (Republicans In Name Only).
I do apologize for not being able to write a column last week, but things were a little hectic around the old homestead, so I figured it would be more productive to concentrate on the things at hand.
As we head toward the November Democratic Primary debate Wednesday evening, it has been eclipsed by the candidates focusing on Iowa.
Dewey Decker showed his new business cards to the other guys at the Mule Barn Truck Stop’s philosophy counter, and each member of the world dilemma think tank got to keep one.
On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of the year 1918, the cessation of hostilities in “the war to end all wars” was concluded with an armistice.
I’m not always up on who’s hot and who’s not, but when four-time Grammy winner Drake got booed by an audience Sunday because they were disappointed that he, and not Frank Ocean, was the surprise opening act, I was dumb-founded.
With this year being the 400th anniversary of black people being brought to what later became the United States, there has been a great deal of debate about reparations for the descendants of those soon-to-be-enslaved Africans.
As we slide into early November, a full year removed from the presidential election of 2020, the Democratic primary continues to remain stable, except at the top.
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