Cal Thomas: Syria, Trump and isolationism

The isolationist spirit — a reluctance to become involved in foreign entanglements — goes back in U.S. history to Thomas Paine and his 177...

April 12th, 2018 |  


Lori Borgman: Putting snap, crackle, pop in your family dinner

Lori Borgman: Putting snap, crackle, pop in your family dinner

Our youngest recently had us over for a family meal. Because she worked as an early elementary teacher — and once a teacher always a teacher ...

April 12th, 2018 |  


Leonard Pitts Jr.: Shaun King might be controversial, but he’s no terrorist

Shaun King is a controversial guy.As an activist and journalist, he’s been prominent in the Black Lives Matter movement, defended the Palestinia...

April 11th, 2018 |  



Chris Erskine: It’s the little laughs, at silly things, that help us hang in there

Chris Erskine: It’s the little laughs, at silly things, that help us hang in there

“Life must go on; I forget just why,” to borrow from American poet and playwright Edna St. Vincent Millay.I’ve never been much for m...

April 11th, 2018 |  


Column: An open letter to Mayor Berger

Mr. Mayor,Your words have saddened me, and have negatively impacted my credibility as a business consultant in Lima.I reached out to you last week on ...

April 11th, 2018 |  


George Will: How should America respond to Syria’s use of chemical weapons?

George Will: How should America respond to Syria’s use of chemical weapons?

WASHINGTON — On April 22, 1915, chlorine gas, wafted by favorable breezes, drifted from German lines toward enemy positions held by French troop...

April 10th, 2018 |  


John Grindrod: Missing my tales from the bar

John Grindrod: Missing my tales from the bar

Of course, in what are still the early stages of my retirement from bartending, there is still that transitioning process, and it still feels pretty s...

April 10th, 2018 |  


Michael Reagan: From knee surgery to Opioid Hell

Michael Reagan: From knee surgery to Opioid Hell

I’m feeling human again, thanks.After three weeks of living in opioid hell — of constantly being sick to my stomach, of throwing up, of ha...

April 9th, 2018 |  


Michael Reagan: From knee surgery to Opioid Hell

Michael Reagan: From knee surgery to Opioid Hell

I’m feeling human again, thanks.After three weeks of living in opioid hell — of constantly being sick to my stomach, of throwing up, of ha...

April 9th, 2018 |  


Jerry Zezima: ‘Que Syrah, Syrah’

Jerry Zezima: ‘Que Syrah, Syrah’

When it comes to wine, I have a discriminating palate, so I know that whites go with lighter foods, such as Twinkies and Mrs. Paul’s frozen fish...

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