According to the Washington Post, Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn., is finally going to act on its long-held desire to delete the word “Confederate” from the inscription atop the columned entrance to Confederate Memorial Hall dormitory.
Like you, I sift through an awful lot of junk email each morning, but every once in a while there’s a piece of very important business tucked among the pitches for foreign cruises and erectile dysfunction medication.
Fewer Americans are watching the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro than they did prior Games. I offer a solution.
Wall Street gushed when the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced the July economy created 255,000 new jobs.
“Where am I?” asked the man from his hospital bed.
The Great Depression was very hard on most Americans.
It is sad commentary when our political conventions have become more like rock’n’roll concerts than competitions of ideas.
Donald Trump says terrible things out loud, and he does not seem to recognize his errors.
America must have a thoughtful and comprehensive national energy policy focusing on supplies that are environmentally friendly, abundant and affordable.
Between now and November, you will hear lots about “How to Make America Great Again!”
Hillary and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz did not simply conspire to cheat Bernie Sanders supporters out of an election.
Last week, I proposed that the liberty movement capitalize on Brexit with “Fed-exit”: a campaign to “secede” from the Federal Reserve.
This presidential campaign is the nuttiest in my lifetime but at least America is maintaining its sense of humor.
Over the last 35 years our family has vacationed at the same place on the beach. While the buildings have been refurbished, the complex remains largely unchanged.
It takes a special kind of president to travel to Dallas, ostensibly to speak at a memorial service for five assassinated police officers, and instead deliver a Black Lives Matter convention speech.