June 7, 2018 RSS feed / Editorial

The more you know: ‘fake news’ and you

No phrase has been more ubiquitous the past two years than “fake news.”  The constant drumbeat of the term is heard on talk radio, cable television and routinely in all caps on certain Twitter feeds, yet its true meaning has become l More...

Phrase of the week

Smack-dab: Meaning squarely or exactly there. Dab is of British origin and means clever or skilled. Smack is a transitive verb meaning to strike sharply and with a loud noise. More...

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Bills would empower pregnant teens

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She came into the emergency room alone, wild-eyed with fear. When the painful contractions came, she would moan and cry, asking for pain medication. More...

Lyric of the week

It doesn’t matter what I say  You never listen anyway  Just don’t know what you’re looking for  There’s no communication left between us   But is it me or you who’s to blame?  There’s nothi More...