August 16, 2013
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Sheesh, China, you sure know how to kick a country when it’s on its way down.
Students, faculty, family members and friends, it is my great honor to deliver your commencement speech today.
I’m beginning to think home ownership is over-rated.
Get this: The U.S. Supreme Court is about to decide whether false accusations and mudslinging during political campaigns are illegal.
I stumbled upon my father’s 1959 income tax return a few years ago. How I long for the simplicity he enjoyed when he filed his taxes that year.
It’s a compelling event - something we all better hope we see more of, if America is to thrive.
There’s a reason why American men drive big pick-up trucks: women dig them.
Get this: old-fashioned baby names are beginning to make a comeback.
We must stop them.
For the past 40 years or so, a movement has been afoot to make men more like women and women more like men.
Farewell, old friend. I am going to miss you.
Boy, do we need to get back to the basics in America - especially with our Christmas toys.
I’m turning into my father.
A new study has come out that finds men and women really do think differently.
I’ve heard a lot of interesting stories of people trying, and failing, to sign up for ObamaCare, but this one takes the cake.
Sure, the country isn’t doing so well at the moment, but there are still plenty of reasons to be thankful this Thanksgiving.
Millions of you are asking why your health insurance policies are being canceled and the premiums and deductibles for your new policies are, for the majority of you, doubling, tripling or worse.
The French daily Le Monde alleges that the U.S. National Security Agency has spied on French diplomats in Washington and at the UN.
Like millions of Americans, I’ve become a “Duck Dynasty” fan.
One challenge with chemo is that the body quickly becomes resistant to it. Doctors have to apply different chemo blends to overcome resistance. For the next few years, the different blends worked well.
Boy, are some Americans losing interest in marriage these days. According to a National Center for Family and Marriage Research study, the U.S. marriage rate is on the decline. Whereas 92 out of 1,000 single women married in 1920, only 31 out of 1,000 are marrying today.
Too many of our political leaders see government as the solution to our challenges. If only they paid more consideration to what some of our great minds had to say about government.
I don’t know what I was thinking. In 1973, when I was 11, I flushed an apple core down the toilet, an action I would come to regret.