When it comes to being punctual, I have two things working against me. I’m Latina (yes, Latin time is a real thing) and I have eight kids.
When I first saw ‘Fearless Girl’ opposite ‘Charging Bull,’ I didn’t see empowerment at all. Women have chucked their femininity and become just like men: dominant, aggressive and territorial.
One of the saddest trends in American life is the demotion of fatherhood to secondary status.
Although Ronald Reagan was not among the Founding Fathers of our great nation, he was and still is, in many ways, the Founding Father of the modern Republican party and conservative movement.
He was a hot shot, Porsche-driving, Boston attorney with a craving for cocaine so consuming that he would do lines of blow in the courthouse men’s room between appearances.
When I was seven years old, my dad took my brother and me on a hike around our small town in south Mississippi. That hike would turn into one of the most terrifying moments of my life.
Last year, my father passed away at age 100, one of the last surviving U.S. Navy dive-bombers to have fought at the Battle of Midway, the so-called turning point in the Pacific War 75 years ago this month.
So much has happened in those 10 years, and yet it seemed like just yesterday he and I were planning to spend the rest of our lives together.
Maddi Runkles is the center of a controversy because her Christian high school won’t allow her to take part in commencement exercises. Why? She is pregnant.
There are very few issues that divide this country as completely and emotionally as abortion.