I've reached a monumental milestone in my life.
The locker room in Sporting Kansas City’s locker room the November night its 2018 season ended in the MLS Western Conference Championship was somber. The team had conceded at home the decisive goal in the ninth minute of second-half stoppage time.
If you have ever experienced the loss of someone close, you will understand what I mean when I say the emotions that accompany grief can be very challenging.
It's been an eventful week at the State Capitol. Tuesday, July 14, was the deadline for the governor to sign legislation approved during the 2020 session. He put his pen to 17 bills during the final days, bringing the total number of measures signed to 45. Of the 29 statutory bills passed by…
On Thursday night, Major League Baseball will roll out the red carpet for a doubleheader that will open its abbreviated season. Two of the starting pitchers going have won a combined six Cy Young Awards, and the other two have each finished as runners-up. The next day, the rest of the league…
On warm summer nights when bullfrogs serenade and fireflies glimmer over the meadow my mind returns with my dad and brothers to a favorite catfishing hole on the Pomme de Terre near Fair Grove.
Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) and several senior House lawmakers recently announced a plan to impose price controls and seize patents on any COVID-19 vaccines and treatments in development. They vowed to strike down any emergency stimulus packages excluding such measures.
Reviewing my ancestral heritage this Independence Day I have weighed the Loyalists against the Colonial Patriots and found those true to the King of England wanting.
California is not known for its friendliness to agriculture. Time and again the state issues new laws, court rulings and jury verdicts that seem intent on decimating the very industry that feeds its own people. However, a hint of common sense sometimes sneaks into the system.
As a member of the Missouri Legislature, I normally focus my attention on matters before our state’s General Assembly, but I’m also a citizen and try to stay informed about legislation being considered in Washington, D.C. I’m especially interested in measures that directly impact us here at …
On one of the first times I met Webster County Sheriff Roye Cole, he was speaking to a community group about the failings of his jail, located on the third floor of the courthouse.