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In 2006, I came up against a holiday deadline crunch, so I turned my column over to Turpy, the beloved 8-year-old golden retriever/chow mix who had turned up at our doorstep as a puppy.
Maybe you were never told. Maybe you just forgot. But you probably don’t think about your car “spying” on you.
According to the New York Times, the Oregon legislature has approved a bold remedy for student debt.
I hope you enjoy your watermelon, fireworks and parades this Independence Day. I’m sort of burned out on the holiday.
Hosea Graham has a smooth stride these days.
According to Townhall.com and other sources, Stobridge Elementary School in Hayward, California may be shooting itself in the foot, publicity-wise.
My son Gideon (age nine) assures me that he will be a good father someday, but will that be an empty accomplishment? In another 20 years or so will there even be a Father's Day?
The experts are giving it little chance of passage, but H.J. Resolution 15 is stirring a lot of talk.
Underground bunkers. Food stockpiles. Suicide pacts.
According to the New York Daily News, the government-initiated website "We The People" has been bombarded by petitions since the election.
TV is about to begin an annual event of honoring our nation's veterans and — with approximately 900 World War II veterans dying each day — it can't come a moment too soon.
Maybe it’s just the haze of nostalgia, but it seems that 40-plus years ago when I was trick-or-treating age, we could put the Vietnam War, the sexual revolution, civil unrest and the drug culture out of our minds long enough for some good old-fashioned fun.
Danny Tyree’s recent rallying cry of “Conservatives, Let’s Save PBS!” was spot on. His column recognized that public broadcasting serves all Americans, regardless of their political persuasion. Indeed, PBS traces its roots to wealthy American industrialist Andrew Carnegie — who insisted on “excellence” as his core conservative value.
I guess Mitt Romney thought he was preaching to the choir when he told "Fortune Magazine" some juicy details of his economic plan. But the choir is not a monolith; it's made up of distinct individuals.
The much-applauded landing of the roving Mars Science Laboratory (a.k.a Curiosity) has gotten me started thinking about the sorry state of curiosity in modern society.
Just as the Summer Olympics are poised to begin in London, we receive disturbing news about the health of American youth.
"Is The Web Driving Us Mad?," asks a recent Newsweek cover story.
Does Buzz Bissinger score a touchdown with you, or do you find him personally foul?
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There's no place Ramon Abreu would rather be than on the football field. The last two seasons, particularly this past season, he spent more time on the field arguably than anyone. And Abreu's time was more than just quantity. It was quality.
4A football all-region teams
The Padres' bid for their first state title in their first state championship appearance Friday night was short-circuited by a very flawed performance. Turnovers, big plays and a horrendous number of penalties left Marcos de Niza feeling the sting of a 34-21 defeat to Chaparral in the 5A Division II title game at Sun Devil Stadium.