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America has more diffuse anger than there are suitable objects at which to direct it, so some members of Congress are demonizing large tech companies. This, while pandemic-confined Americans a…

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American children are out of school, out of food and increasingly getting chucked off their health insurance. Yet somehow, they seem to be an afterthought in this election.

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A presidential election is like a barometer, which has been defined as an ingenious device that reveals the kind of weather we are experiencing. In case your dismay about the dilapidation of t…

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The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not ‘Eureka!’ (I found it!) but ‘That’s funny...’”

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A BREAST cancer diagnosis doesn’t affect just the patient. It causes sorrow and fear for all the people who know the mother, grandmother, sister or wife confronting the disease.

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President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis is a blessing in disguise, because it has given him one last chance to win over millions of reluctant voters who approve of his policies but not of …

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We were advised, “Don’t mix religion and politics.” However, the “wall of separation” between church and state is breeched today by slogans designed to win voters’ hearts and minds. It has bee…

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I recently ran into a 20-something friend at Walmart. As she told me about her career aspirations and a possible move to another state, her cart called out to me: two bottles of wine, a frozen…

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I recently ran into a 20-something friend at Walmart. As she told me about her career aspirations and a possible move to another state, her cart called out to me: two bottles of wine, a frozen…

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As a mom, I pick up a lot of odd jobs around our house. I am a secretary to my technology challenged-husband who believes that to “Google” something is a violation of the 10 commandments (…

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As a mom, I pick up a lot of odd jobs around our house. I am a secretary to my technology challenged-husband who believes that to “Google” something is a violation of the 10 commandments (…

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Summertime. That magical clump of days in which we attempt to pack fun into every single moment. Because if we don't, they get bored. And by “they” I mean kids. And if they get bored, they…

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Summertime. That magical clump of days in which we attempt to pack fun into every single moment. Because if we don't, they get bored. And by “they” I mean kids. And if they get bored, they…

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God knew what was coming in 2020. He wasn't surprised when the media first announced a virus from China, even though it seemed so far away from us at the time.

I’ve been thinking about purpose lately. Why am I here? What am I meant to do? I tend to look at life as a “before and after” proposition. You know, like the end of the movie when the co…

Three weeks ago if anyone told me I'd be sitting home on a Wednesday morning counting my toilet paper rolls and trying to decide if it's safe to go to Walmart – I'd have told them they were crazy.

Writing humor in a tragic world can be difficult. When serious and even heartbreaking things are happening all around me, my little family stories sometimes feel like a cop out. It's like snea…

A few weeks ago, we went for dinner at the Rustic Oak, and although it's a place we frequent, Logan couldn't remember which restaurant it is.