I drove my son to school this morning, and I felt guilty about it. Hardly an event worthy to dissect on a blog devoted largely to weightier matters of politics and economics, […]
America’s First Family, Boomer parents’ edition The Boomers are the first TV generation. We’ve been intimates of television since its infancy as the mass medium of choice for Americans. Because of television’s […]
by Djerrid Hi everyone! Sorry for posting two days early last week. Now back to your regularly scheduled program.
Unfaithfulness may actually be an effective mechanism for transitioning from one relationship to another.
Today one of my good friends will stand before a judge in the company of her husband and dissolve her marriage. It is in one respect a common act, though rarely uneventful: […]
by Ann Ivins I’ve been thinking with increasing irritation about that perennial conundrum-within-an-enigma-which-actually-isn’t-that-difficult-at-all: the separation of church and state, this time in the context of gay marriage. The issue becomes more annoying […]
By Jennifer Angliss Still stuck on ideas for a clutter-free holiday gift? Think about supporting your local zoo, museum, or botanical garden. The world would be a much poorer place without the […]
They say money can’t buy happiness. The same also goes for celebrity, and even the status that accompanies being among the best in the world at your profession. We’ve had ample demonstration […]
Every sperm and every egg, fertilized or not, is a living, breathing person, endowed by its Creator with certain inalienable rights. At least, that’s what the proposed 2010 personhood amendment to the […]
You’re honey child to a swarm of bees Gonna blow right through you like a breeze Give me one last dance Well slide down the surface of things You’re the real thing […]