3:02 PM Jul 9, 2014
When do human rights clash with common sense? In my opinion, It happens too often.
2:52 PM Jul 8, 2014
For quite a few years, I lived on a short, winding street with many condo units. It was a community inhabited by some couples, but also many single people, both men and women. Almost everyone was retired, but involved in many activities.
4:00 PM Jul 7, 2014
The American history of gun rights starts with English common law.
3:00 PM Jul 3, 2014
A few weeks ago, I ran into an old friend in the produce section of the local grocery store. He was buying one of those pre-packaged salad mixes and a tomato. He said he'd been trying to eat healthier to lower his cholesterol.
3:03 PM Jul 2, 2014
I’m thinking ahead today to Independence Day and the long holiday weekend. I’m thinking about a day off work and fireworks; and hot dogs, hamburgers and s’mores cooked over flame.
2:00 PM Jul 1, 2014
Four years ago on July 4, I celebrated my first service as the rector of St. John’s. In preparation for the day, the interim rector and I noticed the strange coincidence that my first Sunday also happened to be a year when the Fourth of July fell on a Sunday.
2:59 PM Jun 27, 2014
Tradition plays an important role in the Tri-Cities, and history and tradition often go hand in hand.
4:00 PM Jun 26, 2014
Much has been written about the Veterans Administration lately, although the media seems to have put it on their back burner because of the mess in Iraq recently.
4:01 PM Jun 25, 2014
Why are some people better than others at coaching or managing athletic teams?
3:01 PM Jun 24, 2014
World-class criminals, thugs, thieves, dirty politicians, government conspiracies and corporate scandals — these are the victims of hard-nosed, aggressive investigative journalism at its finest.

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