Cal Thomas: Trump never changes
It wasn’t a difficult choice to watch the first of the NBA playoff games between Miami and Denver instead of Donald Trump’s appearance on “Hannity,” but when Denver built a 12-point lead, I switched channels to see if Trump might say something new? Nope, same old denouncing of opponents and the juvenile name-calling, as Ron DeSantis has rightly called it.
Robert B. Reich: Five things the debt deal tells us about the future
Now that President Biden has signed into law the debt-ceiling deal, what can we expect in the next 17 months leading up to the 2024 election?
Tom Purcell: Americans rediscover the summer picnic
It’s a positive trend that I hope continues: the resurgence of summer picnics.
Legal-Ease: I have a trust, now what?
A trust is most commonly understood as being a set of rules. Prior to 2013, trusts helped many married people save on estate taxes. Under the current law, in most instances, trusts neither help nor hurt married people’s estate tax obligations, because the trigger/threshold for estate tax obligations to kick in for married people is now almost $26 million.
David Trinko: Forgiven late fees at library are great idea
You don’t have to avoid your local librarian like she’s a debt collector anymore.
Reghan Winkler: Don’t contract your savings with a scam
June is National Homeownership Month, an opportunity for U.S. residents to reflect on the importance of the home and its role in their lives. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the median asking price for a home is $319,000.
Dr. Jessica Johnson: Jim Brown’s legacy with civil rights
As sports articles have been honoring the football legacy of Jim Brown in the wake of his passing at age 87 last month, many tributes have included the famous 1967 photo of the Cleveland Summit, also known as the Ali Summit.
Michael Reagan: Nixon + Congress = $32 trillion in debt
Context. Perspective. Background.
John Grindrod: Spending an evening with old friends at the Rose
Following some surgery-and-recovery challenges in April, I was really looking forward to an evening with my Lady Jane at The Rose Music Center on May’s first Saturday. You see, not only would I be spending time with that special gal from Montezuma, but I would also be seeing some old friends.
Gary Franks: Some Democrats give hypocrisy a bad name on education
“Public schools are good for your kids but not good for… my kids?”