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The bully pulpit

By Steve Gillespie Back in Teddy Roosevelt's day, the word "bully" meant that something was cool, great, or awesome. When he started using the phrase "bully pulpit" he meant that the President of the United States had a cool,. . .

All is not forgiven, Sean Spicer

By Connie Schultz On his first full day as president, Donald Trump showed up at the CIA, described journalists as "among the most dishonest human beings on earth" and accused them of making up stuff about him. He blamed...

The elephant in the room

By Gary Exelby Hollywood has taken a horrendous hit at the box office over the summer. According to a story Aug. 30 in the Los Angeles Times, the number of movie tickets sold in the United States and Canada over the...

All rise, or not, for the United States of football

By Connie Schultz Once again, we've got a lot going on in my hometown of Cleveland that's attracting national attention. Even as I write on this Wednesday afternoon, the background noise of my television is making me dare to...