With incivility running high in our politics and society, we sure could use a dose of sanity from Will Rogers, one of America’s greatest humorists.
For decades the U.S. and Saudi Arabia have shared a peculiar relationship: the Saudis sell relatively cheap oil to the United States for which they accept our fiat currency.
You know what I really resent? I resent it when someone tells me I should vote for, or support, or give a pass to, someone because it will be a “historic moment.”
Most of us, regardless of our personal beliefs about gun control, want to build a safer and more prosperous nation. Standing on that common ground, we should address a common misperception.
Get this: Prisoners spend more time enjoying the outdoors than modern children.
A military parade may soon look less like a VE-Day parade down Times Square and more like Mardi Gras in New Orleans, unless liberals in leadership stop using the U.S. military as a social engineering experiment.
The pictures, liner notes, the snap-crackle-pop sound when you plop down the needle are all reasons to love vinyl records.
Douglas County’s annual Lincoln Day Dinner has something special in store tomorrow.
I’m crabby this time of year — absolutely miserable.
It was shocking to read that a scant number of small businesses are taking advantage of federal tax credits designed to make health insurance more affordable.
I pulled into my driveway in Sunnyside late on the afternoon of March 31.
Boy, did I love watching that show when I was a boy.
Boeing’s new cost-reduction plan has deep ramifications for Washington because the bulk of the 4,500 job cuts are likely to land here.
It’s become a cottage industry since Donald Trump started winning Republican primaries: If he wins the presidency, one in four Americans would consider moving to another country, according to a recent Morning Consult/Vox poll.
When Senate Republicans hatched their scheme to stonewall President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee - whoever it might be, regardless of merit - they overlooked the ramifications of a year of 4-4 decisions.