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Friendly People Apr. 17, 2019

Classic Zig Ziglar

Recently while in Tyler, Texas, my wife and I entered the Red Lobster restaurant and were pleasantly... Read More

Volunteers Need Help Mar. 19, 2019

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: I am an officer in an old but still active community cemetery with graves dating back to... Read More

From the Rubble of a Church Rises a Spirit of Love Mar. 19, 2019

Salena Zito

COLUMBUS, Miss. — At the First Pentecostal Church on Tuscaloosa Road, the last Saturday of Feb... Read More

No Such Thing as a 'Little' Sale Feb. 20, 2019

Classic Zig Ziglar

On our 25th wedding anniversary, my wife gave me some beautiful diamond cuff links. Unfortunately, I... Read More

The Skin We're All In Jan. 29, 2019

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: Why is it OK to photograph children and babies half-dressed or naked? I don't mean porno... Read More

New Bonds Jan. 21, 2019

Dear Doug

Q: I moved to a retirement community seven months ago, excited for the opportunity to make new frien... Read More

Social Media Is Harming America; We Need to Do Something About It Jan. 18, 2019

Daily Editorials

By now, we know that social media is more likely to bring out the worst in us than the best in us. O... Read More

Day of Service -- Life of Service Jan. 17, 2019

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

This Monday, we will celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who was assassinated when... Read More

To Understand Election 2020, Watch America, Not the Politicians Jan. 17, 2019

Scott Rasmussen

Election 2020 is still 22 months away, but the political world can't wait. A decent number of Democr... Read More

Social Media Is People Jan. 11, 2019

Erick Erickson

In the 1973 dystopian film "Soylent Green," Detective Frank Thorn, played by Charlton Heston, invest... Read More

Disaster Relief Is Overdue Jan. 11, 2019

Daily Editorials

Expediency is essential when it comes to disaster relief. That's a fact that need not be debated. Bu... Read More

There Is More to Governing Than Government Jan. 10, 2019

Scott Rasmussen

Republicans and Democrats are carrying on in Washington as if the fate of the world depends upon how... Read More

Black Education: A Glimmer of Hope Jan. 09, 2019

Walter E. Williams

In reference to efforts to teach black children, the president of the St. Petersburg, Florida, chapt... Read More

Well-Being Is Sinking, But You Can Rise Above It Jan. 08, 2019

Energy Express

There are January clearance sales going on all over town, including my own desk. Near the top of one... Read More

Are We Actively Preparing for Next Hurricane? We Should Be Jan. 07, 2019

Daily Editorials

Welcome to 2019! And, by the way, mark your calendars: Hurricane season begins June 1. Are Coastal N... Read More

My New Year's Gift to Conservatives AND Liberals Jan. 06, 2019

Wayne Allyn Root

Happy New Year. In my next column, I'll get back to the business of debating politics. Today's colum... Read More

Death to the DIY Society Jan. 04, 2019

Ted Rall

I admit it: My bias derived from self-interest. I was a bag boy. But that didn't make me wrong when ... Read More

The New Geography of Opportunity Jan. 03, 2019

Armstrong Williams

The Trump Administration announced in late December a major push forward on one of the signature fea... Read More

Happy New Year: Seize This Opportunity for Growth Jan. 01, 2019

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Readers: Welcome to 2019! We wish each of you health and happiness. We hope this year is better... Read More

Take Their Attitude With a Grain of Salt Dec. 30, 2018

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: I have two grown daughters. I don't know what I expected as we all grew older, but it ce... Read More