The next time someone scans the room asking for volunteers, scan your own heart, if you find guilt instead of enthusiasm, please, put your hand down.
Leftists have begun calling themselves “progressives.” I suppose they think that sounds better than “socialists,” but it raises an obvious question: “Progress toward what?” Because if the goal is more freedom and prosperity for all, we’re certainly headed in the wrong direction.
Many times not only bloodlines, but stories overlap. It’s an ongoing puzzle of which story pieces fit together.
The Atlantic Institute holds an art and essay contest for middle and high school students. This year the theme was “Kindness without Borders, and Summerour Middle School student Jenyfer Ojodeagua placed first.
I think someone said old forest rangers never retire. They just branch out.
The takers are not the norm. They’re the outliers. It’s time to stop letting a few greedy fools define the story of business. Capitalism gives more than it takes, and we need to win that story.
Enjoy your tax refund, and try not to think about what the government is doing with the money they’re borrowing from you (interest free) this year.
I love shopping that is easy and requires no effort or gas. It is because of us that bookstores, built from brick and mortar, are disappearing. Especially the small, independent ones.
If you drop a frog in a pot of boiling water, it will immediately leap out. But if you put a frog in cool water and gradually turn up the heat, the frog will boil to death without ever trying to escape. The same thing happens to people.
Mary Fahl is the former lead singer and founding member of the October Project. As a solo artist she’s done albums for Sony Odyssey and V2 Records and has written songs for major films including writing and performing the theme song for the Warner Bros. Civil War epic “Gods and Generals.”
Left’s philosophy: Academic freedom for me but not thee
When I was 6, the boy with hair the color of cotton and eyes tinted sapphire, came to live with us. He was the same age and size as I but more timid and less secure. Depending on the day, we were either best of friends or the worst of enemies.
In all the years I have written this column, I have, unfailingly, dedicated my Easter column to the frills, fluff, and fun of the holiday. Today, though, I write of the true meaning of Easter.
I’ve opined in past columns that I wish our culture would celebrate the entire Twelve Days of the Christmas Season in the way my Jewish friends celebrate their eight days of Hanukah. I wish the same for Easter.
The same thing happens in organizations. Whatever the leader gives the most air time to is assumed to be the most important thing to that leader.
Health and Wellness
- Weekly restaurant health inspections for April 27
- HEALTH BRIEFS: Major collaborative health care network established
- Blue Bell listeria recall affects schools in Gwinnett
- PCOM celebrates National Osteopathic Medicine Week
- Weekly restaurant health inspections for April 20
- HEALTH BRIEFS: New Braselton medical campus planned
- Deal signs law legalizing medical marijuana
- Two more Georgia hospitals closing baby delivery units
- Weekly restaurant health inspections for April 13
- Teen suicide gets new priority in Georgia
Home and Garden
- DALY: Plant some pumpkins for Halloween Jack O’ Lanterns
- DALY: The truth about Spanish moss
- Pollen counts mark week of extreme levels
- DALY: Summer flowering bulbs color the home landscape
- DALY: Georgia Gold Medal Plants are proven winners for the home landscape
- DALY: Tea plants make excellent landscape plants
- DALY: Choosing the right landscape professional
- Pollen count reaches extreme range
- DALY: Though attractive, Bradford pears are troublesome trees
- DALY: Figs are an easy fruit for homeowners to grow
- BUCK'S BYTES: Simple tech is often good tech
- BUCK'S BYTES: Should electrical wiring, lights still be so old school?