Despite efforts from the White House and the Centers for Disease Control, to tamp down fears of a widespread Ebola outbreak in this country, Americans remain skeptical.
The CDC has issued definitive protocols for handling Ebola patients, but... More ›
Before we can change the nation, we must change our community, and by change, I mean citizen participation in government. It starts right here at home.
Just sharing your disagreements on... More ›
(Updated) Most people assume that in order to be successful, students need a college degree: “Educating every American student to graduate from high school prepared for college and for a career... More ›
Comments posted recently to our Web site are typical of frequent criticism of newspapers, however, many of them miss their mark.
There is a lot of confusion, for instance, about information... More ›
The Marketplace Fairness Act, may soon pass the Senate. It would require sellers to collect sales taxes for online purchases.
At first glance, it would appear to be as it says: Fair. But... More ›
House Republicans reversed course Tuesday evening (Jan. 1) and charted a path toward a possible late-night vote on the bipartisan agreement struck in the Senate to avoid the worst... More ›
What does an Obama win mean?
It means a LOT of things, but that would take volumes to explain.
Suffice it to say that we will have more of the same. Higher unemployment. Increased costs for health insurance and health care. Higher prices... More ›
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: "This is a tough time for a lot of people -- millions of folks ... . But America is tougher, and we’re tougher because we pull together. We leave nobody behind. We make sure that we respond as a nation and remind ourselves... More ›
It’s tough out there, with a hurricane bearing down on the East Coast and questions continuing about Libya-Gate, but campaigns must go on.
This is, I believe, about the fifth or sixth email that I have gotten from Michelle Obama or someone else... More ›