Drug testing is keeping employers from finding workers, and workers from finding jobs. We need a new national drug policy. This one’s broken.
We all make errors in judgement, but when one is endowed with the public trust, responsible for an entire nation, even personal judgement matters.
Mother’s have given up a lot for us and now it is our responsibility to reflect her beauty by sharing with others the love and compassion she gave us.
Certain lame-ass presidential candidates have been disparaging women. A former child actor thinks women should follow men’s lead. We call bullshit on both.
May 1 is a day that inherently calls for some type of activity. The choice is whether indulge in dance and frivolity or protest injustice. Which will we do?
I’m likely to get in trouble for saying this, but state legislatures (the entity not the people) have outlived their usefulness and do more harm than good.
Why do photographers take pictures? Do we enjoy what we do or do our actions come despite the inherent risks and aggression? Perhaps it’s both.
Convenience of modern technology and gadgets make much of our lives so simple we needn't get out of bed. But with that comes a responsibility to respond.
We have allowed ourselves to create a society bent on cruelty. Now, it is time we ditch the cruelty and replace it with niceness, smiles, and positivity.
For those of us who have high blood pressure, the ability to “chill” is a medical necessity. Mastering that state of being isn’t so easy, though.
You never know who has experienced tragedy of some sort this weekend. Recovering from a weekend full of tragedy requires kindness from each of us.
So, Saturday morning is no longer the domain of cartoons, and we’re too tired for movies. We have trailers, though. That’s almost as good, isn’t it.
Looking at the morning headlines isn’t exactly the most cheerful of activities. The outlook for the US is bleak, but where else could we go? We’ve narrowed the list.
Women are our strength, our backbone, and our source of life. Yet, when do we take the time to stop and say thank you? This is the day to do so.
In the absence of whole truth, we are willing to believe lies, and where there are no convenient lies we’ll happily create our own. We’re crazy.
I have a new wristwatch whose purpose seems to be reminding me that time is ticking and quietly questioning why I’m not doing more with it.
Food is too important to our lives to go without adequate consideration, but all-you-can-eat catfish is sounding pretty good.
Put away the smiley-faced memes and joyful platitudes. Some days just suck and it’s better to accept that than try wearing a fake smile. We’re not kidding.
I hadn’t planned on ever using Snapchat and now that I’ve installed it I’ve come to realize the app is a portal directly to hell. This is scary.
Football, especially the NFL, needs to make some changes or it won’t be around for Super Bowl 100. But is the NFL willing to listen?
Wandering through bookstores allows our dreams to grow and expand, but the promise of 400 new bookstores may be more fantasy than reality. Still, we hope.
Sleeping is something as much as one-third the US population has trouble doing and that’s a problem. Sunday is a good time to fix that. Go to bed.
This has been a challenging week as many notable people have died, leading us to ask the question: what do you do when the fairy tale ends?
Sympathy for others is something that seems to be in terribly short supply these days. Perhaps we should do more to make lives less miserable.
We’ve made it to Friday and all the stress and frustration of the week is enough to make one want to scream one long, loud primal scream. Let’s do it.
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