It never ceases to amaze me the lengths average Americans will go to avoid taking responsibility for their own lives.
If you need any further proof that our society is crumbling at its core, I now read that Sears has decided to discontinue family portraits.
By the time you read this article, one of the great events in America will have begun its annual destruction of egos of the greatest golfers in the world.
I am by all accounts an avid dog lover. I’ve written about dogs, slept with dogs, confessed my soul to dogs, and sworn allegiance to my dog.
It has taken me several weeks to digest the news that Dennis Rodman recently visited the most closed-off nation in the world — North Korea.
The letter was sweet and to the point, as are most letters written to Santa Claus.
Newest government statistics indicate 40 percent of all Americans are now classified as obese — 88 percent if you are in Walmart.
I, like hundreds of people in south Georgia, was shocked to learn Albany was recently designated the No. 2 saddest city in America.
New Zealand researchers recently reported the results of a study of 1,000 children and the affect long-term TV watching had on them. The study was published in the medical journal Pediatrics.
It is now official. Spring will be arriving in six weeks.
Well, it took a few years but we finally have the great gun debate going on throughout the land. Ban them all or keep them all; depends on whether you live in Dawson, Georgia or New York City as to where you fall on the issue.
In case the Taliban and Al Franken aren’t enough to worry about, Harvard Professor George Church recently announced he wishes to clone a Neanderthal man.
I would like to go on record stating I have never used performance enhancing drugs in my life. I now feel secure that no one will try to reclaim my “Spirit Award” trophy, “Most Improved Player” award trophy or my “Hustle” award, all obtained drug-free. Who knows? If I had chosen to use steroids, I might now have a trophy room full of Team Spirit awards.
With the arrival of the New Year comes also the arrival of broken New Year's Resolutions. Probably top on the list is any dietary pledge ever made, from cutting back on drinking to quitting fried food to regular exercise. We make 'em and then we break 'em.
Well, the holidays always bring a surprise or two but thankfully not nearly as large a surprise as Suzy Favor Hamilton revealed.