Nearing the Brink: When it gets weird, it really gets weird
After working for a living for over 50 years, this last week or so has been really weird for me.
Guest Column: A crime against humanity sent me to Harvard
When I say publicly that I'm descended from slave owners, I almost always hear a gasp. I let the tension hang a moment and then I break it: "Well, someone has to be, right?"
Guest Column: Bill will improve treatment
America's mental health care system is long overdue for change. House Bill HR-2656 - Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act of 2015, introduced this month by Rep. Tim Murphy (R-PA) and Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX) is a first big step....
Guest Column: Getting rid of government debt
Let's get this out of the way first: it's time to abolish government debt. The state should be unable, effectively prohibited to issue new debt and take loans. There is no justification for government debt, which essentially boils down to contracting...
Guest Column: Candidates should check contributions carefully
The fallout continues from last week's massacre at an historic black church in Charleston, S,C. In an online manifesto of sorts, accused killer Dylann Roof credits an organization called the Council of Conservative Citizens with inspiring his racist ...