When I first heard about President Trump referring to members of the military as “losers” and “suckers,” I thought it was old news.
Retired Army General Paul Eaton posted a video on, Sept. 3 detailing Trump’s disparaging remarks denigrating U.S. service members buried in a French cemetery during World War I as “losers.”
The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us that many of our jobs can be done digitally and remotely.
The American liars’ convention is now history.
I’ve been seeing online surveys with titles like “Official Democrat Corruption Accountability Survey.”
I want to address something that has unfortunately become a common campaign tactic.
“Invasion of the Body Snatchers” is a brilliant horror movie where a small-town doctor discovers that people are being replaced with clones.
I was passing through Norwalk on Saturday, Aug. 1, and observed a heart-warming beautification project happening. A friend and his crew were repairing an old storefront.
I was disappointed that the County Line was unable to send someone to cover the Village of Norwalk board meeting Monday night, but understand they had three other meetings to cover that evening.
Covid-19 is providing current smokers another reason to quit, and many are.