A popular song from the Doobie Brothers sets the stage for discussion of the fools who believe what isn’t real and never will be.
We normally try to be light hearted on Saturdays, but events force us to be a bit more serious. Our 5 things you should know are really quite important today.
There’s more going on than we possibly have time to cover, from presidential ignorance to continued assaults against women. Here are 5 things you should know.
Zsa Zsa Gabor has died and evacuations are finally happening in Aleppo. We have 5 stories you need to know.
There’s a new feud in the fashion world, the Golden Globe nominations were announced, and, oh yeah, newsy stuff happened.
This morning we take a look at Russian hacking, capital punishment, Coke’s new CEO, concert tickets, and a special secret Santa. Take a look.
Just as I put “Beware of Dog” signs on my fence, the United States now needs warning signs at all our borders. Makes me want to scream.
We have done the unthinkable. We have committed an act of treason against our own country. We owe many people an apology for our sins.
Some people say the election is rigged. Others claim the whole system is rigged. If we’re honest, though, it’s our lives that are rigged by fate.
We’ve yelled, we’ve screamed, we’ve written, we’ve called, and for what? I am tired of tilting at windmills. Perhaps it is time to move on.
With the election 11 days away, many are saying there’s already a clear winner. What’s not so clear is what might happen afterward. We’re ready for anything.
We are to blame for what happened in Orlando last week. Not the politicians, not the terrorists, they only exist because we let them. This was our fault.
This day is starting out frustrating which could be dangerous. We have a plan for combating the frustration, though. Feel free to help.
A little guy was awakened by a nightmare last night. Fortunately, his nightmare was just a dream and won’t become reality. Others, however …
The world is an absolute mess this morning and it would be really easy to just give up on everyone and everything. But, life is a cabaret, old chum. Come to the cabaret.
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.
Silence is more than gold; silence is a virtue from which far too many flee, but as I learned in college, silence is a necessity to life. Take a look.
Tonight the President delivers his final State of the Union address, but no President has ever been exactly truthful about our country’s reality.
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