It’s difficult for me to understand my position on removing Confederate monuments because two core parts of who I am are in conflict.
It’s rare when I have trouble writing a column, but this one has not been easy.
Typically, I don’t watch a lot of mainstream television. I’m watching Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Instant Video and skipping the ads.
No one knows how many more pivotal votes John McCain has left in his tenure in Congress.
A few thoughts from a Sain mind: The toughest decision of President Trump’s tenure could come this week.
I’ll let you in on a secret, but you have to promise not to tell anyone in the Green Party. They’ll never let me back in if they find out.
As we age we become painfully aware of our own faults. Well, maybe that’s not true for everyone, but it is for me.
There is this old tradition that amused me to no end when I lived in Baltimore.
The biggest mistake made in Iraq was made by the Iraqis themselves, in my view. There was a period when peace was possible, but it required short memories.
Long before adulthood and reality teach us otherwise, one of the greatest aspects of being young is that no limits have been placed on our dreams.