“April is the cruelest month,” wrote the poet T.S. Eliot, and indeed it is—but not, perhaps, for the reasons he envisioned.
Another political correctness tempest in a teapot, brought to us once again by the hysterical mainstream media, sprang up this week in Dublin, Georgia, where a middle school teacher reportedly told her students that President Obama and his supporters are not Christians.
Before your children started school, you couldn’t possibly have anticipated how much time you’d spend helping them with their studies and other school-related projects.
According to the popular media, we should all be seeking more “balance” in our lives. But what exactly does that mean?
When the new college football playoff system was announced, I thought the move from the two-team BCS championship to a four-team “tournament” was kind of lame—a step that, even if in the right direction, was disappointingly small.
Welcome to another edition of “Stupid things I have said.” Once again, I find myself severely limited in terms of space, but if you want to read every one of the stupid things I said over the past year, you can find all my columns online in the Citizen archives.
Last week, in the first installment of this two-part series aimed at married guys, I talked about three things any good wife wants. Here are three more:
A couple of months ago, I wrote a pair of columns aimed at married women about “what your husband really wants.” This time around, in the interests of fairness, balance, and gender equity, I’d like to address the husbands.
Seen on Twitter this week: “When I die, I want the Georgia Bulldogs to carry my casket so they can let me down one more time.”
When I hear the talking heads profess shock and dismay over the latest athletic scandal at the University of North Carolina, I have to wonder if their angst is manufactured.