Growing up in Bloomfield in the 1950s and 1960s, I remember seeing empty coffee cans next to the cash registers in places like Ollie O’Briant’s drug store, Bill Tews’ coffee shop and Isham Pottorff’s gas station.
Televisions are getting larger, but that does not make it easier to decipher the political ads that are as common these days as gnats at a picnic.
President Joe Biden’s decision to cancel up to $10,000 in federal student loans for many borrowers is fair game for vigorous debate — and disagreement.
In my day job, I wear the hat of the executive director of the Iowa Freedom of Information Council. This nonprofit, nonpartisan organization has been around for 40-plus years.
How do you possibly make fun of an election that already appears to be a parody? I never thought I’d hear an actual presidential candidate referencing the size of his particular body parts, for example.
The start of the baseball season is just around the corner, and the Baltimore Orioles have made a policy decision for the year. The team has decided to end the practice of a member of the team smashing a pie in the face of a player who is being interviewed after the game for his game heroics…