About 10 years ago, I got a notice from “the city,” informing me that effective immediately, my family should begin separating and sorting the recyclables from our trash.
President Donald Trump has repeatedly promised to put “America First” in his policies, and there is a lot of evidence he is delivering on that promise.
Back in 1975, Tom T. Hall sang, “I like beer, it makes me a jolly good fellow. I like beer, it helps me unwind and makes me feel mellow. Whiskey’s too rough, Champagne costs too much, vodka puts my mouth in gear. This little refrain should help me explain, as a matter of fact I like beer.”
As a physician with more than 30 years of experience and co-chair of the House GOP Doctors Caucus, I am working to ensure every American has access to the health care they need and coverage they can afford.
When I was a wee lad, my father taught me a new phrase: “planned obsolescence.” I had asked him, “Why don’t cars last forever?” Maybe I saw an old grandfather clock, or some other timeworn item, and wondered why they seemed to last forever, while cars had to be replaced every few years.
Later this week, the fiscal year ends, and Congress is making progress on the appropriations process.
The U.S. Senate must exercise great caution in handling Bret Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court.
Kenny Rogers just turned 80. For more than 50 years, he was a consistent hit maker and a popular concert draw, from the large arenas to the small clubs. He retired from performing recently, saying his mobility isn’t what it once was. At his farewell concert in Nashville last year he was acco…
It’s a well-known story: A newspaper sent out a writing prompt to famous authors, asking them to respond to this question: “What is wrong with the world today?” G.K. Chesterton, one of the premier writers of his time, simply replied: “Dear Sir, I am.”
When a Supreme Court seat is up for grabs, no one expects reason and cooler heads to win the day.
Earlier this month, we celebrated Labor Day, which is a fitting time to look back on the historic growth that has benefited America’s labor force over the last year, as well as an opportunity to look at how we can improve the workplace for American workers.
I write about the state of the news media from time to time, at least from my point of view. In case you haven’t noticed, my profession ranks somewhere around telemarketers and meth dealers in public trust surveys.