Now and then an article written earlier is worth reading again because it puts later events into perspective. Here's one of them.
We would like to think that certain pillars of society, like banks, are both scrupulous and above suspicion, but history tells a different tale.
We would all like to believe and look up to those in government, but this is ridiculous.
If you look at the history of Comcast and its treatment of its customers, how can you believe anything that company says?
Wonder why we can't get prescription drugs from Canada, where they are less expensive? The answer is major drug companies donate millions of dollars annually to our politicians to influence legislation.
Nothing is more indicative of Christie's mindset than banning others from state beaches while he and his family frolic in the sand.
Do you receive 50 or more emails every weekend most of which are in Cyrillic — the Slavic language used by Russia and other Slavic nations?
No one speaks more forcefully or sincerely about health care for all Americans than Bernie Sanders.
The chairman of the NRCC brags that gerrymandering will limit the chances of Democratic gains in the House of Representatives.
Spc. 3 Jim McCloughan will receive the Medal of Honor July 31, 2017, almost a half-century after his heroism in Vietnam.