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I know why the caged bird shoots. Because some creep is at the door, turning the knob. And she's alone and rightfully afraid. But she has a gun in her hand. And thanks to the Second Amendment that many on the political left would like to erase and...
My 14-year-old son was very concerned when he learned that Wichita State was on the cover of this week’s Sports Illustrated. “What about the Sports Illustrated jinx”, he asked with a straight face. I told him that it was a regional cover...
Liberal media bias. So incessant is this complaint from conservatives that the three words string together as one, like Holy Roman Empire. But like the old saw about that infamous regime being neither holy nor Roman nor an empire, liberal media bias...
Not long after this column launched, I declared myself America's most beloved workplace-advice columnist. While that wasn't based on anything concrete — like facts — it has yet to be disputed, so I assume it's true. That makes me somewhat...
The letter arrived in July of 1974. My writing clips had been reviewed, my references approved and interview completed. I was hired by the Chicago Tribune, even though the signature at the end of the letter sounded more like one of those fictitious...
For Frank Carulli, it's not just a cliche anymore. He really is going to be living the dream in a few weeks. The longtime Maryland Jockey Club handicapper and race analyst is working his final Preakness on Saturday and will finish out the spring meet at...
SACRAMENTO — As the national firearms debate reaches a crescendo, a Northern California congressman is proving that you can be both a gun lover and a gun controller. Rep. Mike Thompson of St. Helena, a moderate "blue dog" Democrat who represents...
Political trends come and go in response to events. Gun control was the rage during the Clinton administration, but over the past decade or so it became an obsolete cause. After the horrific crimes in Newtown and Aurora, though, it's staging a comeback....
In today's real estate market, anxious home sellers -- or those merely thinking about selling -- might well heed a finding of the latest annual remodeling study: It's what's outside that counts. Each year Remodeling magazine, a trade journal, studies...
The magic of the NBA's all-time win streak the Heat is chasing does not, I believe, just come from the number. Thirty-three straight wins is a staggering number, sure. The Heat won their 26th straight on Sunday against league-worst Charlotte, 109-77,...
In the news business, you can bank on animal stories getting an emotional reaction from readers. Especially when they involve pit bulls. Or cats. Last week offered a reminder of the powerful connection between humans and felines. In a guest column...
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Last summer homeowners and landscapers alike did battle with impatiens downy mildew (Plasmopara obducens) which affects garden impatiens (impatiens walleriana). This is not the same downy mildew that affects vegetables and other ornamental plants. In fact...
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