As 2017 approaches, it is fascinating to look back at the vast changes in our lives over the last century and then imagine where we may be headed in the next 25 years.
And now a few choice words for all Republicans advising Democrats to “stop whining about the election and get over it.”
Over the past week, eastern Aleppo was completely brought back under control of the Syrian government.
This year’s good news is Washington apple production is the second best-ever. The better news is shipments to Asian markets are returning to normal.
The nation’s newspapers are struggling mightily to find columnists who are willing to write nice things about Donald Trump.
Christmas is a difficult time for anyone grieving for lost loved ones.
I’ll bet you a can of Who Hash that you didn’t realize the classic holiday special “Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas” (based on the 1957 book) celebrates its 50th anniversary on December 18.
When is a treaty not a treaty?
When, chest puffed out with pride, my father told a law partner his first-born was accepted to Bryn Mawr College, this was the immediate response: “Isn’t that the place where they don’t shave their underarms and dance naked around the Maypole?”
Thanksgiving is much more than a big meal with family and friends.
If Americans figured out how to get along after the Civil War, there is no excuse for people canceling their Thanksgiving Day plans because of the 2016 presidential election.
According to the New York Daily News, the 2016 presidential election is dividing families on Thanksgiving.
When people are generally passionate about things, they exceed the bounds of reason.
“Like I’ve said before...polls are only good for strippers and cross-country skiers,” Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin told Fox News host Bill O’Reilly earlier this month — a mere two days before the presidential election.
So, the most frequent refrain since Election Day is that “no one saw this coming.” Not the pollsters, not the media, not the Democrats’ machine.