We need a break from all of the impertinences us good people have been enduring. Do I have to explain them? Of course not.
The binary choice you have this November is between tyranny and liberty. Please read this if you think you can’t vote for Donald Trump due to this or that actual or claimed revelation emerging from his past and being aggressively promoted by the media.
I was stunned, really stunned when the Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to Bob Dylan. I didn't think those old fogeys had ever heard of the man.
Ivory towers remain supreme out of the nation's capital and the trickling down may have reached an all-time gully washer.
Well, now, if the campaigning hasn’t turned voters into cynics, it’s rather close. Thankfully, we're in the home stretch. Let's just count the days as they fly by to November 8.
There is growing doubt that the elections in early November will do little to alter the course that our nation has set. It’s as if the American people have been in a large boat with conservatives on the starboard oars and the liberals on the port oars for years.
The $3 sign my daughter purchased for me at the Great Frederick Fair lasted about two weeks. Considering the mild weather, I’m compelled to assume it was taken.