"A free press can, of course, be good or bad, but, most certainly without freedom, the press will never be anything but bad" — Albert Camus
The free market system is a thing of beauty, allowing business owners big or small to sell what they please, as long as the product is not banned or a controlled substance.
Here, to begin with, is the exhaustive list of Coca-Cola products you will have to boycott if you found the soda company's stirring, patriotic ad aired during the Super Bowl offensive.
The funniest thing about winter, other than leathery-skinned tanned people fainting when the mercury drops below 50, is the milk and bread crowd.
At what age does the “every player should play” stigma switch over to playing based on talent? And when the child reaches the age where the rules change, how do you explain to them they were only playing because the coach had to, not because they were good enough?
From the garage is where talk usually centers on mundane things like fantasy football or where I lose a bet like Robert Griffin III is going to lead the Redskins to the playoffs. I don't bet anymore.
Freshly off the phone with a friend where our discussions often center on the way we think the world should be, I told him of this column I'm writing, how in kind words people who long for the swelter of summer in the infancy of winter need to shut up.
I should have stood in line just to see what kind of disparaging comments would have been made about me.