It is scary to think of the consequences if we cannot reverse the decline in bee deaths.
Just when you think nothing else will confirm your belief that we live on a crazy planet, something new turns up.
When I see a label on a product that reads "Made in the USA," I get a good feeling.
Thumbs up to the Boston area law enforcement team and the people for doing what can only be described as "one-hell-of-a-fine job" in solving the Boston Marathon bombing case.
Sears catalog houses were popular between 1908 and 1940.
When you think about it, there is a lot to be said for growing up in a small town.
He's gone, and I shall join the ranks of family and friends who will miss him.
I think it was in the 1980s. Mike was beginning a new career in law enforcement and asked if an old veteran like me had any words of wisdom I could pass on.
What an old combat soldier like me objects to is that this new medal ranks above the Purple Heart and Bronze Star.
Elders have lived through infancy, childhood, adolescence and under Obamacare are in their final stage, obsolescence.
Observers are wondering if President Obama is fighting his battle with tobacco and trying to quit.
A lot has changed in 35 years.
Let me begin by saying I'm glad Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta recently announced combat jobs will now be open to women.
In the Great Depression many stood in poverty, but in our own way we rose and endured in the face of calamity.
I'm not the slightest interested in trying to make big bucks hunting pythons.
I have come to the conclusion that senior citizens eat out a good bit.
A wise man once said, "politics is a dirtier job than cleaning toilets."
This special gift brings back many memories.
No question about it. The worst mass shooting in U.S. history is on the minds of everyone.
The time was approximately 7:52 p.m. when we got a call from Kingston, Jamaica.
Many kind words were spoken to veterans on Veterans' Day. Among them were "thanks for your service."
How many young people do you know who have college degrees and have no jobs?
Another Veterans Day has come and gone. As a combat veteran of World War II, I am thankful I was lucky enough to be around for the celebration.
A new day is dawning. We have some relief from all of those political flyers, calls during the dinner hour, television ads and campaign promises.
While driving down Ga. Highway 20 the other day, we noticed as we stopped at each traffic light, a young lady in the adjacent car was texting.
If you don't wish to discuss the record, you talk about binders.
When at the polls, voters should remember to give party loyalty when it has been earned.
His name is Jim. It is a friendly alias, but for purposes of this column will have to do.
Due to the economy and higher prices, many people have had to seek cheaper transportation.
You say you want change. Well, go to the polls and cast your vote.
Are you tired of all this political outrage -- charges and counter charges?
After so many years of being southernized, we can no longer brag about being damned Yankees -- and maybe we no longer care for the title!
Sheriffs face challenges during austere times.
If the government grants a pardon to a special group of people for political reasons, you can call it Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals if you want to, but chances are it is amnesty.
Many people out there have good things to say about cornbread and buttermilk.
London has done well with Olympics 2012, which brings back memories of the Atlanta Games.
I've collected a few remarks others have found amusing and maybe even helpful in daily living.
Pick up your morning newspaper. Tune in to your favorite television news station. Chances are that among major stories about the economy, jobs, and the Presidential campaign will be information about tornadoes, forest fires, floods and drought.
When I began this horrible chore, I found things in my closets I had forgotten I had.
If you own a phone or a computer, and most of us do, you can expect someone to try to swindle you.
Aimee Copeland is one brave lady.
Back during the Great Depression, times were tough. We couldn't afford new clothes, let alone a fancy pet.
For all of us veterans and families who gathered at the American Legion, Memorial Day was a day for prayer, salutes to the flag and speeches about honoring our fellow soldiers who paid the ultimate price to keep us free.
The antibiotics we depend upon are reportedly losing their effectiveness and we may share the blame.
Warfare evolves with time, and with changes in technique and weapons.
Which presidential candidate has the magic touch?
Country music is a far cry from what it once was.
My shattered knee gets a workout on a stationary bike, a treadmill, weight machines, steps, lifts, as well as stretches and bends.
Obama seems more interested in social welfare than national security.
Win or lose, playing the lottery is our choice.