Poetry & Prose

The great American western “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” is a cinematic paradox. It’s set in the Old West but it’s a movie that reaches our times.

There’s a bit that legendary comedian George Carlin used to do that went something like this: If you don’t like AT&T, build your own.

I wake up in the morning and catch last night’s sports highlights on TV while reading the sports pages as I eat breakfast. On the drive to work, I tune into one of the sports-talk radio shows.

George Carlin is the greatest comedian of all time. Some “best of” lists put Pryor first and Carlin next but others say Carlin is a league all his own.

Today I offer you 100 tips for life gleaned from hard-earned experience. Use at your own risk; as they say in the car business, “Your mileage may vary.” Enjoy!

If you surf the Internet for “letter-writing,” you will find a scad of links bemoaning the disappearance of the “art.” That’s what they say, they say letter-writing is an art, a competency that’s g

I have often wondered what it’d be like to be the grandson of George Wallace, the former four-term governor of Alabama.

If you’re like me, you’re always looking for a fresh and affordable way to exercise.

There has been an ongoing debate about whether dogs are smarter than cats or if other animals are as smart as people.

I came across three things recently that made me question whether I’m living in the same universe as everyone else. Maybe you can make sense of them.

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