I don’t blame millennials and Gen Z for mocking baby boomers with the trending “OK boomer” meme.
Thanks in large part to social media, and in equally large part to the mean-spirited discourse of the day, virtually anything can be turned into a national controversy.
Note: what you’re about to read is fake news. Honest. I’m not talking about what politicians call fake news. This is truly, absolutely fake news.
We asked: Has your opinion changed on potential impeachment of Donald Trump since hearings began? Do you think Trump’s actions regarding Ukraine reach the level of impeachment? Do you think he did anything wrong?
Today’s cops have a big, visible target on their backs in case you haven’t noticed — oh, well of course you have — and it’s creating some serious angst in the law enforcement community.
You could be forgiven for missing it in the build-up to Thanksgiving and the blizzard of impeachment news, but America’s fact-challenged chief executive was up to some old tricks last week.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, leader of the Democratic effort to impeach President Trump, told colleagues recently that impeachment is “an urgent matter that cannot wait.”
We asked: Do you still participate in Black Friday shopping in stores? Do you prefer shopping in brick and mortar stores or finding Black Friday deals online? Why? If you’ve participated in Black Friday shopping in the past, do you have any interesting stories from it?
Thanksgiving is a federally mandated day of warmth and family togetherness and we are obliged to participate or endure 12 months of ostracization, vilification and worse.
We asked: Is there a specific point in time that you like to put up Christmas decorations? Do you prefer to wait until right after Thanksgiving to put up decorations or do you put them up earlier or later than that? Do you think there’s a “right” time to put up Christmas decorations?
Life is filled with unexpected surprises: a child who gets sick when you are walking out the door for work, a parent who becomes ill and needs your attention, an unexpected water leak leads to a pricey repair or you find yourself stuck in traffic on your way to an important meeting.
WARNING: Parts of this column may bear strong resemblance to my earlier columns when Michael Bloomberg toyed with running for president, because with Bloomberg, history has a way of repeating itself.
We asked: Do you agree with President Trump’s decision to pull troops out of Syria? Do you believe we have a duty to assist the Kurds in the region? With the troops who were removed from Syria being stationed elsewhere in the region, do you think we should take troops out of the Middle East …
We live in a day and time where people, parents especially, often say they feel like they run from one thing to the next seeking to give their children every opportunity to experience life to the fullest.
The July 25 call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Vlodomyr Zelensky is the central piece of evidence in the Democratic drive to remove the president from office.
The scariest night of the year has come and gone and homes around the country are winding down from the gigantic sugar highs created by a gazillion tons of Halloween candy.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics indicates that the suicide rate among 10- to 24-year-olds has increased a startling 56% over the last decade.