Americans are more likely than ever to view politics in moral terms, meaning their political conversations sometimes feel like epic battles between good and evil.
We’d like to accord Chuck Ambrose some well-deserved approbation for being so brusque Thursday morning in conveying Henderson’s future at the state Capitol.
LETTER: Sweet memories of Sturgis ballpark
I also have to smile as I think back to the 60s, when I would sit on the wall at Rose Hill awaiting a foul ball to land so I could try to out-duel the other half-dozen youngsters hoping to do the same. A free coke was at stake.
Abigail Fowler: You are a feminist
You are a feminist if:
NO SECOND THOUGHTS: Blue Sunday
You race to open the cooler, shuffle through the ice and “count your blessings.” If you didn’t stock up on Saturday like the bootleggers you saw yesterday — loading their trunks with dollies stacked with cases of beer — there will be no joy found in grilling Sunday’s dinner.
The Silenced Majority: Cui Bono
They want us weak, they want us broken, and they want power. They want our world and our nation completely transformed by 2030. They want us dependent.
NO SECOND THOUGHTS: Candy
I personally called BS when, in late November, the name “Cupcake” was chosen because of the Christmas holidays.