If you missed the big reveal Oct. 30, for the fourth annual Dancing for the Stars event, it was grand – and, take heart, the real thing is in April.
Everything is offensive now — even Halloween.
Tom Steele had a letter in the paper last week about how much of what we see and read is not true and how we have to be carefully “paying attention” or our emotions will cause our “basic held beliefs to override the cognitive process.”
I’m not proud of it, but I haven’t visited the now-disheveled cemetery on the hillside behind my late father’s childhood home in more than 40 years. Willie Nelson was right when he mused, “Ain’t it funny how time slips away?”
For much of the summer, the House of Representatives obsessed over the Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act (HR 1044), a bad bill that would eliminate the traditional 7 percent country caps imposed on employment-based visas, largely H-1Bs.
What’s the scariest thing we can talk about for Halloween? Paying bills, of course. I’d like to tell you a story that unfortunately may sound familiar. If it hasn’t happened to you, it has probably happened to someone you know.
If only the Democrats could fight like the Washington Nationals. The new National League champs won four straight on the way to the World Series, with great pitching and clutch hitting. End of story. Or as Joe Biden would say, “Period!”
Maybe they thought they were standing up for principle.
It is one of the long-running controversies here. How is “Prescott” pronounced: is it Pres-cott or Pres-kit?
The list of “husbandly duties” became a bit longer recently as my wife, in a panic, called to alert me at work she had found the suspected rodent in our house. Our first mouse.
I’m on the fence about this, if you want the truth. You see, more school districts are banning childhood games that were staples when I was growing up in the 1970s.
Headline in the Sept. 17, 1871 Dodge City Times: “U.S. Marshal Matt Dillon Resigns in a Huff!”
A recent letter to the editor of The Daily Courier (Oct. 11) doubted the severity of our current climate change. It is easy to imagine that a warming of 2 degrees F will be bearable. But as a student of consequent sea-level change, I would like to present that as an example of climate-change severity. There are no doubters about this.
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Whether you’re Republican, Democrat, Independent, Libertarian or a Green party member, 2020 is shaping up to be an important year.