Before last summer, I considered myself an up-against-the-wall right wing conservative ready to shoot down anyone with my proverbial concealed weapon. Now, I’m willing to give the other side a fair listen.
Points of View
Saturday night is full of debauchery — the fake ID gets her drinks at the restaurant. The drinks get the crude words flowing with his friends. His drunken alter-ego gives him confidence to hit on the girl at the bar and take her home. They wake up with a hangover, maybe even still drunk, but two hours later, they are on the fifth row of the Sunday service.
Waiters and waitresses are like parents.
A wedding is one of the most memorable events in a person’s entire life.
I think pretty much anything and everything there is to be said about the topic of marriage and the LGBT community has been said. My opinion probably carries much less credibility than many others’ opinions do. I’ll quote Forrest Gump: “I don’t know much about anything.”
As intensive as the campaigns of 2012 were, it never seemed as if we got to know the real Mitt Romney.
A new documentary, however, fills in those holes and gives us a moving description of the man who almost became president. Some might say, why focus on Romney now? His time has come and gone. He’s old news, damaged goods.
I was in the house to cover Baylor playing No. 8 Kansas in Waco on Feb. 4. The Jayhawks are a team that always gets a reaction from fans, and it was no different that day.
A few days ago, while eating lunch in the sub, I heard “Here Comes the Sun” by the Beatles, and I was immediately taken back to my childhood.
Newspapers are dying, but inquiring minds don’t need to suffer. There’s hope for the gentrifying Fourth Estate, if fewer folks are concerned about turning a buck.
The dialogue about information in an Internet age, globalization and that general connectedness many people of the 21st century have in common is fascinating. It is overwhelming. It is ambitious for a school paper’s editorial column, but hear me out on this caveat.
Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 says, “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any educational program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.” As a female soccer