Serving in the military today is a lot different than it used to be.
Americans need to band together to figure out how to fix the economy because people need jobs and families need to survive.
We should use our freedom to better ourselves and communities instead of using it for entertainment.
In a world of temporary things, there are still items — and events — that are made to last.
Missouri is a great place to spend the summer exploring.
Removing a cat's claws could mean taking away a tool for survival — but might make snuggling much more enjoyable.
Sharing stories about departed family members is one way to bring back happy memories of forgotten times.
Dreams and expectations are different for everyone, but a backup system always proves to be valuable.
The prevailing thought seems to be that students have lost interest in school, so unless they are provided with the right answers to test scores they are unable to pass.
Most of the time, men and women have had such different upbringings as young adults that it could strike one as amazing that they would not require infinitely more socializing before they agreed to marry.
The vote against background checks for gun owners proved that Congress is in favor of special interest groups rather than U.S. citizens.
The "silver spoon" stereotype works against the character of people born into family businesses, but in reality, these workers can be just as excellent as others.
We have gotten to the point where we are willing to blame someone else for every wrongdoing an individual commits.
Instead of focusing on women's health issues, lawmakers should focus on the economy, job creation, highway infrastructure, maintaining prisons and making state parks run well.
We can’t allow our wounded children to sit round and suffer, waiting until we get the money to treat them.
Christianity seems to be dying in America, which could be considered bad for the country.
People used to use their office phones for business during the day and reserved social calls for evenings on their home phones. But when cellphones came on the market, it seems people began to use them full time for everything.
Being in love with a library is easy. They’re loyal. They never let you down. There’s always another book to read. Always.
Even when we pass a federal law, such as the Affordable Care Act, people are struggling with some states' innumerable attempts to annul them.
As people grow older, parts of black history falls away, unable to reach future generations.