This is about Kyle Korver and that white lady on the plane. The former is an NBA veteran, a sharp-shooting forward for the Utah Jazz. The latter edged past my seat on the way to her own on a crowded flight about two weeks back. A button on her shirt caught my attention. "Black Lives Matter," it said.
I was fresh off my grandfather's farm on Highway 12, broken-hearted at leaving my Caledonia classmates and Miss King. Life didn't end, but changed in unexpected ways when I found myself enrolled at MSCW's Demonstration School.
In 2016 and 2017, Bernie Sanders raked in over a million bucks. Last year, his gross income was down to $561,293 -- still not too shabby.
And what will you say afterward, America?
It's a solid bet that our health care future won't look quite like the present. Whether the outcome would be good or bad for the average working stiff will depend a great deal on who is president after the 2020 election.
When I was very young, maybe 40 years ago, I worked with a number of unreconstructed workingmen.
An appropriately Twitteresque meme circulated recently on that platform: Write a sad story in just three words.
Safe to say, most visitors to New York take at least a 'walk through' in Rockefeller Center if only to spot the Skating Rink, Radio Music Hall and the celebrated Christmas tree.
According to the FBI, "hate crimes" are on the rise. The agency reported a 17 percent increase in such crimes in 2017 compared to 2016.
Baloney is not free. That's important to keep in mind in an era that finds America wading hip deep in a cascading tide of bovine effluvium.
During an Iowa town hall last week, "Beto" O'Rourke, who had pledged to raise the level of national discourse, depicted President Donald Trump's rhetoric as right out of Nazi Germany.
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