Actions have consequences. So do inactions. Take the defense budget, which the White House is turning into a poster child for procrastination — a practice that threatens the security of all Americans.
A politically diverse group in Congress has formed to root out sexual abuse by employees at universities. This bipartisan approach is needed when it comes to other Title IX policies, too.
This week, Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives are expected to fire Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming from the third-highest-ranking job in their leadership. Her offense: She refuses to shut up.
In a recent editorial a reader from Custer, a small rural town in Mason County with a population of less than 300 according to the U.S. Census, posed a question that if the vaccine isn’t a cure for COVID-19 why would you take it?
There are times in all of our lives where we don’t get that invitation we were hoping for.
Joe Biden, Superstar.
In the nine elections between 1980 and 2012, candidates with one of three names — Bush, Cheney and Romney — appeared on the GOP’s national ticket nine times. Yet today, those names are all reviled by a party dominated by one man: Donald J. Trump.
Nearly every morning I wake up to an email from Donald Trump.
As I write this on May (1) about 36% of Michigan residents (older than) 16 have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and 50% have received one dose of vaccine. This is good news but there has been a worrisome decline in the pace of new vaccinations.
This column is about one of our special friends. You might remember him from my earlier writings. He has lived with us a long time.