After 288 columns, time to say goodbye
Starting with my Aug. 12, 2015 column, “Enter the GOP clown car,” 64 of my last 114 weekly columns have mentioned Donald Trump. Since then, basically every other one has circled back to the same subject. In that first column I mentioned, I was chronicling the Aug. 6, 2015 initial Republican …
The National Weather Service forecasts snow and rain through Saturday, with temperatures above 30 degrees Fahrenheit – a far cry from last weekend’s minus-13 degree wind chill.
If you have enrolled in Howard County’s Citizen Alert System and receive weather warnings directly from the National Weather Service, you can expect a couple of text messages March 18.
There hasn’t been anything like this since the New Deal — a policy position so popular, so appealing in every way, and so utterly untenable. It is targeted economic development or eco-devo, a collection of schemes that would make FDR blush.
Q: Your recent series on punishment was thought-provoking. I agree children should have consequences when they misbehave. Nonetheless, would you please clarify when punishment becomes excessive? What is the line between reasonable and too much? When I was young, I was spanked with a belt on …
This Week's Circulars
- 100 carcasses found on farm leads to warning
- GM lays off last temp workers at Kokomo plant
- Forever a Wildkat
- Gun discharges; boy, dad shot
- Bowden Flowers closes, sells customer info to Jefferson House of Flowers
- Two rob Lucky Mart at gunpoint
- Dollar General not yet 'committed' to north end
- Amish Acres auction drawing nationwide interest
- 3 teenagers arrested in Dec. 2019 homicide
- 2 injured in Tipton crash