Just as Donald Trump did a Super Tuesday stomp on the Republican establishment, the establishment showed why it deserved the rough treatment.
Stop us if you've heard this one: When the appointments are made to city boards, it is important that those choices are made ethically and fairly because to do otherwise erodes confidence in our city government.
The worst political blunder of all time, according to scientist Freeman Dyson, was the decision of the emperor of China in 1433 to cut off his country from the outside world.
If you ask the average American what form of government we have here in the U.S., the response would most likely be "a democracy."
Can I say I was right? OK, half right.
Today, voters go to the polls to decide who will represent Ward 5 on the Columbus City Council.
The "Super Tuesday" primaries may be a turning point for America -- and quite possibly a turn for the worse.
Hungry birds are always welcome.
Pete Seeger wrote a cycle of life song 60 years ago, "Where Have All The Flowers Gone?"
In a Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump race -- which, the Beltway keening aside, seems the probable outcome of the primaries -- what are the odds the GOP can take the White House, Congress and the Supreme Court?
When I moved to Monroeville, Alabama, in 1975, it was because of Bill Stewart, not Nelle Harper Lee. Stewart was the publisher of The Monroe Journal, an excellent weekly run by Bill Stewart's son, Steve, and his daughter-in-law, Patrice.
Today's column is for the benefit of one Dr. Benjamin Solomon Carson.
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