Last week the Senate unanimously passed four bills.
For sure, we are a nation under stress. We are a tension-ridden people who take aspirin for our headaches, tranquilizers for our nerves and sleeping pills to make us sleep. And so much of this “medicine” is being taken to alleviate tension or stress.
Since the late 1980s, Hartsfield-Jackson has been at the center of allegations ranging from bribery to unfair contracting, and most recently, FBI investigations and indictments.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi has given President Trump an opportunity to change the dynamic of the State of the Union address, an event that has become predictable and often boring.
In between the phone booth incident and the wheelchair incident, when Mama shouldn’t have been driving at all, she did drive that same Buick into the corner of the her little brick ranch house.
The first order of business Jan. 14 was for all 56 senators, including our five new members, to be sworn in to office by Georgia Supreme Court Justice Charlie Bethel.
When you receive your paycheck and look at the withholding for federal, state and sometimes city taxes, along with Social Security and Medicare, you probably don’t think you’re underpaying governments and want them to take more.
The Irish government is proposing rebates to a carbon tax it recently imposed to households that comply with what it considers “low-carbon lifestyles.”
In Iceland, because the winters were long, dark and harsh, and folks had to spend many hours indoors, a tradition called kvöldvaka developed in the evenings.
I didn’t just browse. I studied it. I wished with all my heart. Over and over, I read the descriptions. I turned pages down and then I would get a piece of notebook paper and write down the toy or other item, the catalog number and the price.
If the Department of Labor truly wants to support its mission to serve American job seekers, it should require both print and digital distribution of recruitment ads.
Maybe reporters and anchors considered their largely favorable and complimentary coverage of the man in death as penance for their earlier sins during his life, but they still should be held accountable for what they said about him when it mattered.