Archives for June 2018

Charles Krauthammer: A Wonderful Life

Legendary political writer and commentator Charles Krauthammer passed away on June 21 after a long battle with cancer. Krauthammer was 68.  Since his death was announced, the media has been flooded with tributes from representatives across the political spectrum. This is no surprise, given that Krauthammer whose contribution to the conservative landscape has been equated […]


This Father’s Day, Remembering Children Who Live Without Dads: The redefining of the family has left us with more fatherless kids than we think.

Father’s Day spending is forecasted to reach $15.3 billion this year with 77 percent of Americans celebrating the holiday and spending an average of $133 per person, according to the National Retail Federation Foundation. Yet one in three American children is growing up in a household without a father. Major brands such as Home Depot, Bass Pro, Toyota, […]


Ali Watkins: Talented Reporter or Cautionary Tale?

New York Times reporter Ali Watkins 26 made headlines this week after federal investigators seized several years’ of her email and phone records as part of an investigation of James Wolfe, the former security director for the Senate Intelligence Committee who was indicted for providing false statements to the FBI. Wolfe, 57 who retired from […]


Three Angry Women: Roseanne, Michelle and Samantha

In 1979 comedian Steve Martin released an album (remember albums) entitled “Comedy is Not Pretty”. Back in 1979, that was a very funny title and Mr. Martin, who can attribute much of his early fame to his appearances on Saturday Night Live, was a very funny man who left audiences in stitches with his character […]