Border control makes sense with robust legal immigration
Eighteen years ago, in a distant time known as BK (before kids), my wife and I tossed backpacks on and took a fascinating trek through portions of Europe.
Methodists struggle to align with all its members
One Sunday back in March, members of the First United Methodist Church in Louisville, Miss., took a vote. The outcome reflected what its 12-million member denomination isn't.
Press will always be thorn in side to those in power
The press is, indeed, the enemy.
It’s not always welcome, even in Fayetteville
When it comes to home buying and city planning, there's an adage that suggests "If you don't like the noise, don't move in next to an airport."
Arguments about presidential power not inspiring at all
Forget Harry and Meghan.
This Memorial Day, what kind of nation will we make it?
What do Memorial Day and the 2018 election season have to do with each other?
Landfill expansion points to need to recycle, reduce
The probable expansion of the privately operated Eco-Vista Landfill, owned and lovingly named by Waste Management, is a testament to our region's normalcy.
First U2 concert a bucket list experience
Anyone walking into my office Friday was likely to get a dose of U2, the Irish band that's been rocking with the same four members -- Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr. -- since 1976.
Preserving natural areas can hurt schools, library, taxpayers
Could a city's desire to preserve natural space end up costing taxpayers more or do harm to local schools?
Through social media, we users say “come on in”
Mark Zuckerberg, founder of the social media site Facebook, went all old-fashioned last week by physically sitting down before members of Congress to answer questions about privacy and his company's capacity to protect it.