Governing through COVID-19: Sledgehammer or scalpel?
Will 2021 mark the rising of state legislatures as lawmakers look to curb the aggressive a
Whenever we finish a television series, we are usually left with a sense of “now what”.
For the last two weeks my nephew, Ryan Craig (publisher of the Todd County Standard), has written articles about “what we should do first when we get out of here.
As Paul Harvey used to say, “a potpourri of today’s news,” pronounced po-po-ree. I think that means a bunch of stuff, a lot of which is unconnected... (French, maybe.)
Last week, I listened to an interview with Brian Melican on NPR. Later I went to the suggested link to read the article that was referenced. The name of the article is: “A tale of three cities: t
Pride touched Naaman, the Syrian general, and made him revolt at Elisha’s command to dip seven times in the Jordan
Beware of the virus of mistrust
Unfortunately it rears its ugly head periodically in society. The “it” to which I’m referring is shame, guilt by an