The responses GOP Nominee Donald Trump has given regarding his sexual assault allegations as well as those of his supporters, are deeply troubling.
Fall is well-known as harvest time, full of delicious food and delightful scents. Pumpkins are predictable.
I’ve spoken many times over the course of this election season about what a circus it has become.
Coyotes bring more questions than answers about their true identity, but they leave us lots of clues.
Welcome to America 2016, folks, where any semblance of the esteem Presidential Debates and campaigns in general used to hold is rapidly going up in Trump-flavored flames.
There was more than one loser in the big debate, but that’s no surprise.
Gone are the days when people looked forward to mowing their lawn (if those days ever existed).
The hotly anticipated sci-fi drama Westworld, based on the source material from Michael Crichton, debuted on HBO last night.
Fall is like saying hello and goodbye all at once.
Just about every American politician uses the phrase, “real Americans.” I’ve heard it plenty this election season, and most recently at the first presidential debate. This phrase irks me.