Notoriety is a funny thing, and when it comes, you'd better be prepared to roll with the flow. Get your people ready. When the
Divorce, American cheese, and boob-themed restaurants. Banks, brunch, cable television, the workplace, and the rules of written English. What do all these things have
President Trump's frustrations with immigration and his inability to build (or even finance) a wall at our southern border has led to the unimaginable:
In 2008, Memphis voters overwhelmingly passed a referendum that limited city office-holders — including city council and the mayor — to two four-year terms.
Three weeks ago, I sat down with three inspiring folks in a panel on activism and advocacy. Chris Sanders had driven in from Nashville
Now that the election is over, let us get back to important things like comparing Memphis/Shelby County to Nashville/Davidson County. We have the news
Do you know how many health-care-related bankruptcies there were in Great Britain, France, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Australia, Iceland, Italy, Ireland, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, Japan,
This time of year, when the sun leaves the sky before 5 p.m., Memphis Grizzlies games are among the few things that get me
So I'm sitting quietly at my neighborhood bar, nursing a beer, chatting with some of the regulars, when a new guy walks in. "What'll
Remember Brent Kavanaugh? Or was it Bart? Those noxious hearings seem so long ago, I can hardly remember. I seem to recall something about
For better or for worse, the Republicans are now the president’s party.
On midterm election night, I looked into the camera and told President Trump — who watches a lot of Fox News — that his success in