Or die mad
Or die mad
The current object of my reading affection is Stuart MacBride, a Scottish writer who has spun a series of addictive tales about Logan McRae, a fictional police detective in Aberdeen, a northeastern Scottish city on the coast of the North Sea.
Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders represent two sides of the same coin. Both men have tapped into a deep anger — a discontent — in the public mood. Little seems to be going right. America appears in decline under a disengaged president. We can’t seem to win wars, or know why we are fighting them.
Last week’s column highlighted college campus absurdities and the ongoing attack on free speech and plain common sense. As parents gear up to fork over $20,000 to $60,000 for college tuition, they might benefit from knowing what greets their youngsters.
There is only one thing that scares me about dying. It is so momentous that it rocks my heart with grief whenever I think of it. It is a tumultuous rocking that resembles the Mississippi River in New Orleans when the ocean is signaling that a vicious hurricane is headed that way.
Anna is 15. She’s a very sweet and somewhat shy girl here at Prince of Peace. She’s also a great example of the many wonderful young people that bless our churches and our community.
I am sad to relay the message that another “Mom and Pop” type store is closing in Fayette County.
The Omega Book Store, in Peachtree City, is closing its doors on the last day of this month. It opened in 1986.
While we were growing up at 110 Flamingo Street, the furniture in our house had rules — rules we all had to follow.
When real estate tycoon and multi-billionaire Donald Trump announced that he was running for the Republican nomination for President of the United States, hoots, jeers, and catcalls ensued.
When Charleston shooter Dylann Roof had his first court hearing on June 19th after being arrested for allegedly killing nine members of Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston in a Wednesday night prayer service, he received an unexpected response: forgiveness.
Twenty-four million people tuned in to watch the first primetime debate among 10 Republican presidential candidates. What were they expecting, a love-in?
Some conservative critics dumped on Fox News with a vitriol usually reserved for liberal media.
It’s time that the sophisticated analysts who pride themselves in their ability to discern nuance realized that Donald Trump’s popularity and his defenders are more nuanced than most people imagine.
The so-called “debates,” among too many Republicans to have a debate, are yet another painful sign of how much words and ideas have degenerated in our times.
George Orwell said, “There are some ideas so absurd that only an intellectual could believe them.” If one wants to discover the truth of Orwell’s statement, he need only step upon most college campuses.
Laura and Marvin Horne are raisin farmers. Early one morning in 2002, a truck appeared at their business and the drivers demanded a whopping 47 percent of their raisin crop.