We served years for crimes we did not commit. And although our lives have been shattered, many state officials are to be thanked for helping to make us whole.
Emergency preparedness funding is being redirected as Congress stalls.
During my time in government, my boss made clear that we would conduct our affairs such that our integrity was never in any way suspect.
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Sharp partisan divides on nation's place in the world.
National elections (Trump? Clinton?) usually drive state results. But, but, but …
Released prisoners are expected to get jobs, pay taxes and obey our parole officers. Yet a disconnect comes when we don't get any say in the political process.
A chance encounter at a Home Depot brought home the notion that we must honor not just our valiant service members, but also their survivors.
We'll share those emotions again this year, just as we did in 1921.
Won't we ever learn? We should all be shedding a tear over the fact that this melody has continued to be played and played and played — for generations.
Memorial Day: Set aside at least a minute at 3 p.m.
No, Hillary Clinton is not going to release "all" of the "violent criminals." Yes, Donald Trump did pay some taxes, at least in the '70s.
The new 'investment' spirit in charitable giving demands measurable outcomes. Whatever happened to just helping those in need?
But special session must avoid playing regional favorites.
"What's the matter with golf today?" Or, rather, what's right?
These tricky times call for compassion all around.
We give — have always given, but now we need to know God's work is being done.
My wife and I have put thousands in with school lunches. But, of course, all things end.