A lot has happened in America since April 25, 2001 -- the 9/11 attacks, two major wars, the Great Recession, the first black president, the iPhone, a Cubs World Series title and Donald Trump.
My youngest son's college graduation ceremony was scheduled to be held outdoors. The invitation specified that it would be moved inside to the gym only in the event of "severe" weather. As it turned out, the day was unseasonably cold (low 50s) with occasional drizzle -- probably about as nasty as the weather gets in May without qualifying for severe status.
We're going to try something different today. Rather than pontificate yet again upon the motives of Donald Trump's supporters, I'll let a few of them explain themselves in their own words.
When bluster ends in capitulation, what do other negotiating partners see? Blood in the water.
They might be the three hardest words in the English language: "I was wrong."
Romper, a website for young mothers, asks a good question. Is crushing student debt a big factor in millennials' not having children? Its answer is yes.
Capitalism has been the most dynamic force for economic progress in history.
Do Democrats truly stand for democracy, LGBT and women's rights, or even freedom?
Today, we will discuss one of the most pressing threats to American Christianity. Meaning, of course, American Christians.
Dick Hall is a person worth listening to when it comes to transportation issues not just in Mississippi but across the country.
We think of revolutions as sudden, spectacular events, much like earthquakes or erupting volcanoes that transform the landscape overnight. But sometimes they occur so slowly and quietly that it's possible to overlook how much change they bring about.
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