I suppose you were among the many Americans who watched when President Obama took his oath of office. For crying out loud, don’t oaths mean anything anymore!
Are Russia and China licking their chops at the prospect of the United States considering transfer of stewardship of the Internet to the international community?
This old world is a fast-moving place and time is ever marching on. Old friends have passed and new laws and regulations have us in a tizzy.
This may or may not be a true story, but the facts are all too familiar.
There’s no question about it. This long, cold, miserable winter gave me a “sitting disease.”
I’m glad to be just an observer and not Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel. He has to be concerned with the nation’s financial stress and he has to slash budgets to keep us in line.
I was trapped inside for the better part of last week as a treacherous snow and ice storm coated roads, froze on trees, power lines and my driveway!
I was shooting the breeze with Corporal Charles Cook in the Newton County Sheriff’s office when he told me the story about Sasha, a certified narcotics detector and K-9 police officer with the Warwick Police Department.
I count myself among people who once smoked and who had refused to heed my mother’s warnings not to do so. Why is it kids think they know it all and harm cannot come to them from a bad habit?
Life is full of simple pleasures. The older I get, the more of them I like to experience.