R.F. "Buz" Williams is a consummate conservative whose utterances appear periodically in the "Our readers speak."
Looking back over the last two-thirds of a century, Christmas is the time of year that elicits the most and best memories.
Community organizers, progressives, socialists, communists and many Democrats like to control things.
In Shakespeare’s Henry V, the title character rouses his men to fight a battle against what appears to be insurmountable odds with a speech that includes the much quoted phrase, “We few, we happy few, we band of brothers.”
As I sat down to write this column, it was announced that the FBI has just reopened its investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal.
Eleven years ago, Donald Trump made a profane statement about women to another man while he was “miked up.”
Since the first sunrise illuminated our earliest ancestors, there has been prejudice, discrimination and inequality.
With more than a month to go before the General Election, all of us will be inundated with political television, radio and telephone ads.
The classic complaint that liberals and progressives have against conservatives is that they have no compassion for the poor and downtrodden.
While I am usually an enthusiastic observer of the political scene, I was finally ready for a break this summer, when the Olympics started.
After viewing both the Republican and Democratic conventions, a few things are now apparent.