Time to get rid of the penny.
A 14-year-old girl has been on the international stage in her pursuit of an education. And she has drawn international enemies. She has, in fact, had a target placed on her by the scourge of the 21st century for her efforts.
I hope the Braves win today.. I hope they continue in the playoffs all the way to the World Series. And I hope they win that, too. Not just for me as fan, not just for the city and the state, but for one person in particular: Chipper Jones.
I was checking Twitter trends the other day, and I came across one that just made me feel bad for the younger folks.
Not much time left to visit county fair.
I'm on vacation this week. Since it looks like every vacation until the end of time is going to be a staycation, I've decided to at least give this one a theme. The title: Man's World.
Time to give politics a rest.
SEAL's account of bin Laden raid raises more questions. In the Vince Flynn novel "The Third Option," covert agent Mitch Rapp is sent to assassinate a European official who is secretly aiding Saddam Hussein. The title comes from the explanation of Rapp being the third option for the government
Famous folks are just standing in line to do dumb stuff lately.. It began with Vice President Joe Biden, who decided to channel his inner Kingfish while talking to a black audience in Virginia. While I don't think Biden necessarily meant anything racist by his
I heard of Maj. Walter "David" Gray's death in Afghanistan not from any media source but from my wife, who went to high school with him and was friends with him on Facebook.
We're converting a room into an office/man cave at my house. Part of the deal is that I get rid of a lot of very cool stuff that my wife insists on calling "clutter."
Thankful for angels at the hospital. I had a heart scare this past weekend, although the word scare doesn't seem to do it justice. I'm not sure they have a word to describe the emotions you feel when you hear words like heart attack, aneurysm and coronary artery disease.. It
I tried really hard not to write about guns this week, but the subject seems to beg for my attention. Don't worry though. I'm going to try to take a little different tack.
Since the report on the Penn State/Jerry Sandusky scandal was released, I, like many folks, have asked myself a question: What, if anything, should be done to the football program?
I know in a world in which people starve in mud huts, and wonder if the next moment in their life will be their death, that my not being able to watch "That Metal Show" is a non-problem. But I do pay for those networks, and now I'm not getting them.