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This Bud’s for who?

Wassup, Mr. G? What'll it be?"

"A Bud. A Bud Light, please, Mr. Barkeep."

(pause)

"So now, how do you like that Belgian beer?"

"Don't get me started. Is nothing sacred anymore?"

"Well, it's hard…

A few good words about newspapers

Survey the latest news about newspapers -- the unending layoffs of staffers, the ever-shrinking content -- and then understand that there's a threat here, not just for those poor souls…

Let’s start by rebuilding America

The next president, with Congress, will have to put aside stale ideology and engage the federal government in a crash program of job creation -- the most potent way to…

Our founding fathers knew best

While religion, particularly Christianity, played a key role in the settling of this country, the framers of the Constitution were concerned enough by the potential dangers of its influence on…

A realistic view of oil drilling

I'd considered titling this column with the easy and obvious Shakespearean variation "To Drill or Not to Drill." But a quick Google search reveals that more than 23,000 incarnations of…

Dangerous drivers fill U.S. highways

Hundreds of thousands of tractor-trailer and bus drivers in the United States carry commercial driver's licenses despite also qualifying for full federal disability payments, and some of those drivers have…

Five years on the terrorist watch list

Rep. John Lewis of Atlanta says a mix up on a terrorist watch list is still wreaking havoc on his air travel five years after the problem arose.

National Mall, national shame

Americans planning to spend some time here this summer -- those who can afford the transportation costs -- probably will want to stroll a few moments on the Mall, Pierre…

Reagan returns to radio

Ronald Reagan started on radio, and to radio he returns. America's 40th president will share his conservative and free-market ideas on 60 stations from coast to coast. And not a…

The disinformation age

The folks over at OPEC, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, must think we're pretty stupid. The other day, Chakib Khelil, the current OPEC president, asserted that "the intrusion…