Paris Portingale defines what Father’s Day is all about, and then he illustrates what it actually is.
Jeff Reese helps celebrate his son’s 21st birthday in San Diego with tattoos, fishing, a stunning meal at Club 33, and a show at The Casbah … and he’s starting to feel old.
Ross Blanchard exposes the conspiracy that plays out year after year on Father’s Day: an epidemic of horrible ties that are inevitably gifted by our offspring and we’re guilted into wearing.
Reflecting on recent events and current affairs in general, Chris Valle aims for the heart of the matter, defines the war we’re actually waging, and how to counter it.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin reflects on his position this past year as an Instructional Coach and looks ahead to moving into a new role.
In his latest Letter to America, Australian Roger Pugh proposes that we introduce the idea of a probationary period for elected Presidents, a test drive, as it were.
Registered nurse Kari Stiles weathered a couple of losses this past weekend, her uncle and a patient under her care, and it got her thinking about death.
Jason Zenobia reflects on what happened at Pulse in Orlando, and what it felt like as a young man to go to a gay bar for the first time.
Jesse Valencia aims to get to the heart of the matter involving gun violence in America: government failure, citizen complacence, and the culture of violence.