Is our divided country bankrupting us?
Last week, we talked about the first Democratic presidential debate from a general point of view because the field is still way over 20.
I don’t usually go back to the same subject for my column two weeks in a row, but the big tech debate is too big to handle in my 750-word limit!
Scared about human genome editing?
House lawmakers announced late last week that they plan a sweeping review of Facebook, Google and other technology giants.
I read an interesting opinion column this week in the USA Today penned by Bonnie Goldstein, a former U.S. Senate investigator, network TV producer and Washington, D.C. writer. The headline of the column was “I’m the same age as Elizabeth Warren. We 70-somethings have no business being president.”
President Trump is determined to switch the imbalance of China-US trade.
I am not embarrassed to admit it. I am a momma’s boy. And proud of it. It would be better if my mom was still available to me on Earth, but she is still inside me anyway.
Rural America deserves equal access to the Internet
Spring is officially here. No, it’s not the Spring Equinox; that was March 20, in case you missed it. To me, the official start of spring is always the first Saturday in May – Kentucky Derby week.