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Resolutions for the new decade

My resolutions are ones that can be easily discarded!

Resolutions for the new decade


My resolutions are ones that can be easily discarded!

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Impeachable, debatable, and mostly forgetful thoughts

Those car horns I hear are not people honking with joy over Trump’s impeachment. They’re just pissed off shoppers trying to get home after trying to squeeze what little

Michael Vick and our forgiveness problem

“If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime.” It’s a phrase we often hear in society. Unfortunately, if you happen to commit a crime and end up doing

Students ain’t no cows

The most valuable thing I learned about teaching writing came from being a social work student. Providing therapy is like teaching writing.  People achieve only if they want to.

‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ is a worthy sequel

3 out of 4 stars Can you blame Spencer for wanting to be Smolder Bravestone, again? Spencer, the scrawny, nerdy teenager who magically transformed into the hunky character played by Dwayne Johnson

Panorama, super star of cruise ships is born

Anyone who has ever enjoyed a cruise knows well the sheer delight the experience brings. One of the largest, Carnival Cruise Lines, is devoted to fun and their newest

Trump could lose by a landslide in 2020, but don’t underestimate the president

WASHINGTON - Few political pundits expected Donald Trump to win the 2016 Presidential Election. More than three years into his presidency, and with the threat of impeachment over the Ukraine scandal

Peloton: Lighten up and tune out

I have to admit I finally broke down and did it. Now that I have, I can’t believe the mess. The fallout is beyond anything I could have imagined

Clippers have a great match against the Bucks

It’s still early in the season; the Los Angeles Clippers have only played 22 games (they have 60 more games to play), but the Clippers are looking like serious

Baltimore Ravens question: Who fears them the most?

Here’s a money question for you: Who fears the Baltimore Ravens the most right now? It is defensive coordinators who have to scheme to stop Lamar Jackson, who is turning


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