OPINION: The explosion of rights in the U.S. could lead to a lot of rich, single Americans
If you snooze through history class, you may think your rights are restricted those actually found in the U.S. Constitution and its amendments.
OPINION: A dog is a security system worth its weight in baseballs
An inpromptu “Easter egg” hunt before mowing reveals a collection of used chew toys … but no neighbor’s cat.
OPINION: Repeating the question will not make me know the answer
When it comes to answering questions, no means no.
OPINION: Reality shows include subtle hints that the reality is not real
One can watch the show “Naked and Afraid” to learn how human beings react to extreme conditions, how they adapt and work together, blah blah blah. Or, one can watch it for the reason I do — because it has naked people on it.
OPINION: The only certain thing is not death or taxes, it is studying what often is the obvious
British study doesn’t instill a need to amend the 5-second rule for dropped food.
OPINION: The Ten Commandments might look different after Congress got through with them
If God had given the Ten Commandments to Congress instead of Moses, they probably would read a whole lot different today.
OPINION: Being on the cutting edge of fashion this year has a tough requirement
Announcing sexual preferences seems to be the in thing for 2014.
OPINION: What dim bulb had the bright idea to kill the incandescent light bulb?
America is purportedly the land of freedom, if you don’t count the freedom to read by adequate light.
OPINION: Manatees, it turns out, are a lot like buddies back home — slow, fat and docile
While manatees seem relatively benign, giant man-sized fish that look hungry are nothing to play with.
OPINION: Adult beverages and opportunities to bid on boar hogs don not mix
Nothing says Valentine’s day like an 800-pound hog that’s named Valentine.