“Time is money.” This statement is attributed to Benjamin Franklin by BrainyQuotes and other sources. However, the sentiment behind the words probably originated hundreds of years earlier.
Howling from the Heartland
Now that the pettiness of primary campaign politics may be over because Rick Santorum has “suspended” his bid for the Republican nomination, it’s likely that we’ll get back to some serious discussion about t
The Masters. Azaleas are not in conspicuous elegance at Augusta as they usually are at this time of year.
Toward the end of the eighteenth century when England began the transformation to become the first industrial society on earth, the colonies that would soon become the United States of America were scattered
Sometimes, when one projects current trends into the future, very scary scenarios emerge.
“Beware the Ides of March.” This is the warning given to Julius Caesar by a soothsayer some days before a meeting of the Roman Senate was to take place.
On the day that I turned 21, I walked a few blocks to the fire station in Sunnyvale, where I was able to register to vote.