July 24, 2010
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Jon Hammar saw combat in Iraq and Afghanistan, but his most brutal foreign experience was in Mexico.
Back in the 1950s, "Little Joe Cartwright" starred in a movie called "I Was a Teenage Werewolf."
With Thanksgiving fast approaching, it is time to talk about Puritans -- but not the crew who fled England for the New World and established the Massachusetts Bay Colony back in the 17th century.
Romney has failed to pin down the president on his obvious policy shortcomings.
So the plan was this: Take seven urchins, ages 3 to 17, on an old-fashioned vacation without high-tech gizmos.
Fresh off of my jaunt down memory lane with The Beach Boys, I decided to revisit another iconic group: Crosby, Stills and Nash.
Educating America's youth about the value of their country is second only to educating them about the value of their souls.
When we get the chance to revisit the past in a positive way, we should take it.
Class envy is a fact of life everywhere.
The Obama administration is the biggest spending outfit in the history of the country.
'Obama money' is our money.
The presidential election 32 years ago is strikingly similar to the one we have today: a Democratic incumbent in big trouble with the economy and Iran. Sound familiar?
All Santorum is really doing is what Billy Joel once sang about: keeping the faith.
The politically correct U.S. media are frightened by Muslim violence. They avoid the issue whenever they can.
The primary reason that 2011 is not a year to remember is focused around one thing: The folks continue to get a bad deal.
Talk about an excruciating experience. The media research company Experian Simmons spent an entire year surveying diehard Republicans and Democrats regarding what they watch on TV, and the results are now in.
The tax man cometh, and he wasteth my payout. Thirty-five years ago, I was broke, having just graduated from Boston University with a master's degree in broadcast journalism. I was lucky enough to get hired as a reporter in Scranton, Pa., at $150 a week. One problem: I couldn't
The Occupiers have no clue what they are really protesting.
New low for cult of celebrity: Selling body parts.
Simply put, the Occupy Wall Street protesters want our stuff.
Recently, I had occasion to travel to New Hampshire with seven children ranging in age from 3 to 16. Don't even ask how this happened. It was kind of like an earthquake: Things began to rumble, and soon there was destruction everywhere.. The primary purpose of the trip was to