If everything goes right, we'll be looking back on this past Fourth of July as another historic Independence Day to celebrate in this country.
By Ed Brock
By Trina Trice
By Jeffery Armstrong
July 12, 2003
It was as the wife and I were strolling through the campground that we saw a second forest of satellite dishes.
One man's trash is another man's treasure.
By Herb Emory
By Clay Wilson
True to form for a new mother, my sister Carla e-mails pictures of her six-month-old daughter about once a week.
Though a long-time fan of both Jean Reno and Juliette Binoche, I confess the thought of casting them opposite one another in a romantic comedy never occurred.
Heave to and moor up along side, matey, for I've a tale to tell that'll shiver yer timbers.
By Diane Wagner
Through the years, music has evolved many times. Sometimes at a very rapid rate, like a nitroglycerin fueled explosion and others at a very slow rate like a race between confused snails.
By this time next week I'll be hip-deep in preparations for my brother's wedding.
There is a misperception taking hold in America: we are permitting our most primitive stratum to define its war against culture as a battle among equals.
My editor pointed out to me last week (editors are notorious for this sort of thing) that lately I've written several columns based on news items I had read.
A friend of mine once asked me if the Civil War broke out again which side would I fight on. Without hesitation I said the South, of course.
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