We recently spent four days in Williamsburg, Virginia. It was their Grand Illumination with all of its lights, fireworks and Christmas decorations.
There was a time, not too long ago, when employee benefits were almost always taken for granted.
You know why I dislike Donald Trump?
I have what career counselors call a "limited skill set," which means there are all sorts of jobs I'd be terrible at.
The American appetite for businessmen in government is a hardy perennial.
Tuesday the Starkville-Oktibbeha School District Board of Trustees and representatives of the consulting firm it hired in November hashed out a game plan for finding a new school superintendent.
Opposition to free trade was to Donald Trump's campaign what burgers are to McDonald's: not the entire menu but the essence of the brand.
If you were to win the lottery, it would be the most unexpected reward in your lifetime.
The best compliment you can pay to David Crews' "The Mississippi Book of Quotations," is the urge to wonder aloud, "Why didn't somebody think of this before?"
When word leaked that Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson, a holder of the Order of Friendship award in Putin's Russia, was Donald Trump's choice for secretary of state, John McCain had this thoughtful response: "Vladimir Putin is a thug, a bully, and a murderer and anybody else who describes him as anything else is lying."
I called out to Sam, "Come look. It looks like a platypus."
If you thought Donald Trump was the face of America's anti-establishment movement, hold on to your chapeaus: A wild wind is rising.
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