Follow these few simple rules and you will have the kind of bathroom visit all men aspire to: satisfying yet uneventful.
Parents these days seem to subjugate their own lives to those of their children, so that little remains of the parent as an individual. You look around the ballpark and wonder just when that cute little Pam Jones, whom you used to go out with in high school, turned into "Ryan's Mom."
One excellent strategy for maintaining discipline in your home is to make completely arbitrary, totally ridiculous rules. You remember these -- your parents used to make them all the time. And it worked for them, didn't it? That's because nothing says "control" like power exercised for its own sake.
In the spirit of Ambrose Bierce, allow me to offer a few timely definitions to help you digest the political conventions.
The first lesson of the new school year is delivered even before classes convene, when Mom and Dad download little Johnny and Susie's supply lists. Call it Socialism 101. If the course had a textbook, it would be Hillary Clinton's "It Takes a Village.". Consider the list for one
No real family man has control over his own destiny. But it is vital that he and his wife appear to be in control.
For the true sports fan, the subjective nature of many Olympic sports just doesn't cut it.
Looking forward to my senior year of high school.
My vote for favorite beach may be different than yours.
Somehow we've got to get the word out to our young women: stay in school and don't get pregnant, unless you want to doom yourself to a life of poverty.
When it comes to determining a national champion, NCAA still doesn't get it right.
I've got a new book coming out in a couple of months, and as anyone knows who has not spent the last decade living in a cave, or in Alabama, social media has become an incredibly potent marketing tool these days.
With the Fourth of July coming up, a look at some of the things that make me glad to be an American.
Trying to figure out what all of the odd actions mean.
When it comes to parents, Moms get all the respect. And looks.