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I’ve had some good yuks lately — starting with quack doc Mehlmet Oz screwing up his Man of the People Act in the “Wegner’s” supermarket, and lightweight Jared Kushner getting reviewed for … more
I sometimes envy people who have a family home to return to — a place where they grew up, where their parents or even their grandparents lived.The closest thing I have is the farmhouse where my … more
The best news of last week for all Americans is that Liz Cheney lost. Big time. Her crushing demise in Wyoming’s Republican primary shouldn’t have been a surprise to anyone — and she … more
“The wind blew some luck in my direction … I caught it in my hands today …”I always turn up the volume when “Moonlight Feels Right” by Starbuck comes on the radio.“I finally made a … more
The July Bureau of Labor Statistics report was a blockbuster.The economy created 528,000 jobs, and unemployment dipped to 3.5%, well ahead of Dow Jones’ 258,000 new jobs and 3.6% unemployment … more
When you go to the polls Nov. 8 for the general election, you will find four statewide initiatives on your ballots. None of the four constitute major alterations to the state’s Constitution, so we … more
It's hard to believe football season is upon us once again.I am a great fan of the game, in part because I played it. Sort of.Our junior high football team was made up of boys from the seventh, … more
I was watching an old documentary the other day about classic Hollywood stars. Henry Fonda, a man who epitomized the stalwart, decent American was the narrator, and he walked us through several … more
As America regulates and vilifies capitalism while also using the brute force of government against opponents, Dole and Chiquita are looking to make America their top supplier.The FBI used a … more
We are so fragile.I’m talking about the uproar Cracker Barrel caused when it unveiled its new plant-based Impossible Sausage patty.The Facebook post the restaurant chain made announcing the new … more
I was walking down an old street in an old part of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.Brightly colored wooden doors lined the streets. There was no indication from the outside what might be within. It … more
In 2004, I founded the nonprofit organization Tennessee History for Kids. Our mission is to help teachers cover Tennessee history and basic social studies, and we do this through booklets, a website … more
A boy lives his entire life to grow up and retire. Life is really funny — no, not tell-a-joke funny — just strange. I once had a boss who would use the phrase, “well he’s just a kid of … more
They call the impossibly complicated screen I am looking at a “dashboard,” which I do not find reassuring at all. It would be nice not to associate my ignorance of technology with crashing some … more
“Bart, we live in a society of laws. Why do you think I took you to all those 'Police Academy' movies? For fun? Well, I didn't hear anybody laughing! Did you?" — Homer Simpson to his son, … more
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