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Well now that the holiday season is officially over, I have completely run out of excuses to avoid working. I have milked the holiday season for all it’s worth, spending a great deal of time … more
With nearly two weeks away from Washington during the holidays and a new session of Congress ahead, all members of the House and Senate should be well-rested, clear-minded, and ready to get back to … more
I don’t know about you guys, but we celebrated such a joyful Christmas and recent New Year’s holiday. Everyone was in good spirits and blessings were abundant. When asked for gift ideas, the … more
I found myself traveling over the New Year’s holiday and the experience reminded me of just how diverse the world really is. America is truly a melting pot, of nationalities and races, but also a … more
The Indianapolis Star (and many other national publications) ran a touching obituary for Tyler Trent, a 20-year-old Purdue University student and devoted Boilermaker football fan who lost his battle … more
RALEIGH — Want yet more one signal that American politics has changed markedly in the past decade? Look no further than the annual report card issued by the Cato Institute to grade the fiscal … more
No self-respecting columnist passes up the obligatory prediction column the first week of the year. So here goes mine. The first test will set the tone for 2019. It’s the lingering 9th … more
My 3-year-old wanted one thing from Santa this year: butterflies. Not butterfly-print dresses or rubber butterfly toys. Not even the creepy pinned-down dead butterflies in display cases. Real, living … more
By all accounts, everyone I have talked to had an amazing Christmas holiday season. Like they always have, my family made sure I had a wonderful Christmas by showering me with endless gifts. Like … more
During Christmas week, Fox News invited me to discuss how President Donald Trump’s achievements for black Americans are registering in awareness in these communities. Unfortunately, we didn’t … more
With my column falling on Wednesday and with it falling on Jan. 2, it falls into the category of the first Daily Record column of 2019. I’m not so sure if that’s a privilege or a curse. With … more
Malcolm X was a Muslim minister and human rights activist. Born in 1925, he met his death at the hands of an assassin in 1965. Malcolm X was a courageous advocate for black civil rights, but unlike … more
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