There are a lot of records that would be great to break. This isn’t one of them: Sunday marked the longest period in history without an increase since the federal minimum wage was established in 1938.
“Greetings to you, graduates from this year high school, and your families out there who don’t have no caps and gowns like this year one I got and the kids got.
Charlotte and I returned Sunday evening from the AMVETS state convention in Gatlinburg, and have been resting ever since and are ready to get back to it.
“Did you see The Post-Intelligencer story on that study predicting global warming could kill off great chunks of the planet’s sea life? Expanding on that a bit: I wonder if by any lucky chance Asian Carp might turn out to be among the imperiled heat-sensitive aquatics?” — Clyde Peterson, Houston.
Among the many things President Donald Trump does that irritates me is when he repeatedly misuses a word, like treason, in relation to something he believes that a critic has said or done to him or tries to explain what tariffs are and how they work.
For all of our flaws, the world still thinks of the United States as the gold standard; and in spite of our faults, the global leaders who stand with us on the world stage look to us to lead the way.
When we filtered in for coffee at the Mule Barn truck stop, we were surprised to see Jim Albertson already there, already drinking coffee and looking as though he lost his last friend.
“Our commercial policy should hold an equal and impartial hand; neither seeking nor granting exclusive favors or preferences; consulting the natural course of things; diffusing and diversifying by gentle means the streams of commerce, but forcing nothing.” — George Washington.
If you really believe that the reason for all these new super-restrictive abortion laws around the country are “about respecting and protecting” life, I’ve got a cheap Russian free apartment to sell you in Trump Towers.
Some of you probably have received unsolicited mail from St. Joseph’s Indian School in South Dakota. I have, and I’ve responded with a gift every once in a while.
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., and U.S. Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., have released their Green New Deal resolution, which they hope will “move America to 100 [percent] clean and renewable energy” by 2030.
Is your side hustle starting to feel like a second full-time job? Or maybe you’re a stay-at-home mom whose home-based business is taking off, and you want to dedicate more time to it.
It just happened, you know? One of those serendipitous coincidences that occur when planets line up or you foolishly store oily rags together. It just — happened.
The insanity and depravity of our country seems to know no bounds these days. For example, on Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a case challenging a Pennsylvania school district’s bathroom policy allowing students who identify as transgender to use bathrooms of their choice (w…
I am a mentor, and I am much richer because of it. For as long as I can remember, someone has mentored me, or “took up time with me,” as my great-aunt called it.
Hi, folks, I’m back! I’ve been gone for a while. The good medical people at the Jackson-Madison County General Hospital removed one-third of my right kidney because of a cancerous tumor. All cancer has been removed, and they say I’ll be making a full recovery.
So back in the day, I actually liked baseball, and thus I remember the moment Bill Buckner erred in scooping up a ground ball and, in doing so, cost the Boston Red Sox Game 6 of the 1986 World Series.
“You want to see what courage looks like? Head out to see the replicas of two of the ships that brought Christopher Columbus and his crews to the New World. The replicas of the Nina and the Pinta will be docked at Marker 66 Marina and Grill, 41 Marina Drive since May 24 through their departu…
Every time I hear the mournful tribute “Taps” played or see soldiers fold the American flag, kneel and place it in the hands of a widow, parent or family, I stand a little taller, a little prouder, because I love the words that come next:
Webster’s Dictionary defines “spoiler” as”information about the things that happen in a movie, book, etc., that spoils the surprise or suspense for someone who has not seen it or read it yet.”
My youngest child, Nicholas John Henry Kendall, reached one of those life stepping stones last Friday — he graduated from high school.
Pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly is about to face some fierce competition — from itself. The company announced plans to offer a generic version of its own insulin drug, Humalog, at half price.
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