It’s been six weeks since I used this column as a platform to admit my continuing battle with weight issues and the daily struggles I experience trying to fix it before it’s too late.
Whether we are Democrats, Republicans or “other,” the repeal-and-replace status of the Affordable Care Act should concern all of us.
This year I have again not been asked to deliver any commencement addresses.
I had some spare time on my hands the other day so I walked into a nutrition store in the mall.
This was not a “swarm” of honeybees. Swarms of honeybees are in the process of finding a new home, and they are generally docile.
In the July 10, 2016 issue of this newspaper, I wrote a column about Norma Jean Bennett, better known as Birdie.
This particular column is a pure rant. To the extent that it has any influence, it should ruffle the feathers of liberals and conservatives alike.
Back in the 1950s, my family attended Simpson Methodist Church on South Harrison Street in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
This column accomplishes a publishing feat never before attempted in this part of the country. I’m going to introduce two high-profile personalities in the entertainment world to you, then I’ll tell you how they were connected even though they never met.
Public education has entered a new era. Friends of school choice have reason to celebrate.
Let’s be honest, being overweight is no one’s fault but my own.
April 9 is Tax Freedom Day this year. That means that on April 9, the nation will have drained enough dimes and dollars out of our pockets to pay its own tax bill for the year.
My wife and I recently talked about the things we did in our earlier lives long before we met 12 years ago.
After arriving in Beijing in December 2013, my friend Peng gave me a “welcome to China” package to help me during my two-week vacation.
I’ve never been one to collect things just for the hell of it, but maybe I should start.