When we think about disasters, what do we mean?
Do we think of a particularly destructive hurricane or the burning of an old growth forest?
Do we visualize the plastic bottles in the ocean, dumped by China, as a threat to ocean ecology?
As I sat down at the computer to write this column, I heard a passenger jet fly over my house.
It was fairly low, probably making its initial approach into Evers International Airport, and all four engines were humming.
We have just ended one of the most bizarre and dangerous times in the history of this country. For over two years, Robert Mueller has been investigating President Trump, his campaign workers, and his family in search of “Russian Collusion.” The Democrats sang Mueller’s prai
I was talking with some high school students recently, and one asked me what I had learned in my long life that I could pass on to his generation. Without hesitation I replied, “There is no such thing as a free lunch. Someone always pays.”
While I was doing my research on the “Green New Deal,” I read the opinions of several writers whom I respect. Kimberly Strassel of the Wall Street Journal wrote, “By the time I finished reading it, I was laughing so hard that I couldn’t speak.” Pat Buchanan said that “It is