Rereading my columns, I’ve found that I have a mix of philosophical columns, political columns, fatherly columns, and life-lesson columns. It’s this last category that I often surprise myself with. These columns could easily be called “mistake columns” as they are life-lessons learned from t…
Writing these columns is usually not very difficult for me.
In the run-up to the end of October and Doomsday in November, I’d like to take a moment to stop and reflect on how much I like September.
Almost every American needs the Postal Service so we can receive needed and wanted materials.
Ten years into this teaching thing, I should feel like I have it all figured out, right?
I am writing about the Clearfield County Controller Dennis Adamson naming his daughter as Deputy Controller. I think he could have used better judgement. His daughter may be qualified. But she is still his daughter.
On Monday night (August 24), Dr. Stephen Hahn, the commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, addressed inaccurate and misleading remarks he made in a news conference the previous evening. Dr. Hahn had initially claimed that plasma from recovered Covid-19 patients — what’s known as co…
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) is debating a decision that could have far-reaching deleterious effects.
What is ripping apart our social fabric? Is it the effects of the COVID lockdown? Is it political bitterness?
So Joe Biden picked Kamala Harris as his running mate, and people on both sides of the political spectrum lost their minds.