Holy Cow! History: The gift that killed Gen. Grant
Watch out for unintended consequences. They’ll get you every time.
Jerry Zezima: Coming clean about vacuums
I am not the kind of guy to sweep things under the rug. For one thing, my wife would lower the broom on me if I did. For another, we don’t have too many rugs for me to sweep things under.
Lori Borgman: Click, buy, return, the new norm
I sometimes wonder what my return rate is on the merchandise I buy online.
David Trinko: Testing the limits of accuracy with ChatGPT
If you ever need a good laugh, ask artificial intelligence to tell you about your life.
Dr. Jessica Johnson: More than thoughts and prayers
The East Lansing community is still reeling from the Michigan State University mass shooting last month that resulted in five students being critically wounded and three losing their lives.
S.E. Cupp: Can Paul Ryan save what’s left of conservatism?
“Toxic sludge, racism, disinformation and attacks on democracy.”
John Grindrod: For me, it was a so-so Sumter
Last week, I detailed some of the familiar and the different aspects of what was easily my tenth visit to Hilton Head Island and its surrounding areas. Lady Jane and I were comfortable with the familiar — like walking the beach and cycling — but we also wanted a new experience.
Legal-Ease: What should I name my business?
Naming a new business is sometimes as exciting as starting the business itself.
Michael Reagan: L.A.’s woke mayor is Lightfoot 2.0
The poor Democrats trapped in the bloody and broken city of Chicago finally came to their senses.
Don Stratton: Protect me from the ‘woke’
The term “woke” is being bandied about a lot lately, and several people that I have talked to have no idea what it even means. I know just enough about it to know that I would like to never have to hear of it again, just like I would prefer never to have to deal with political correctness.