We, the American People, have a lot to say about the epidemic of gun violence in this country. Here, a round-up of the best from the Good Men Project, and the world wide web.
Shopping for consumer friendly surgery packages shouldn’t be an exercise in futility.
In the latest installment of “Love, Recorded,” a car named Kiki gets in an accident. But what really hurts is the crash between the present and the past.
Mike Sliwa believes people worry about the future and miss the present.
An annual study reveals what American couples spend just to get married.
An unreasonable spouse over insurance, missing information about a sister, and a broken ankle on a neighbor’s icy porch.
Mark Greene says its time to require gun owners to insure their weapons.
Father considers what benefits he got from cord blood storage service
After his sister was killed by a reckless, underinsured driver, Matt Fisher and his family were forced to sue to try to collect the insurance policy on which his sister had been paying.
Julie Gillis believes employers should be prevented from getting involved in your medical history.
Following an emotional career-long battle with his customers’ shrubbery, Mark Ellis has begun to reconcile his relationship with decorative greenery.
“When I pulled into my father’s driveway, the car’s headlights illuminated him standing behind his work table, his Labrador, Scotty, stretched across the table’s surface.” By John Warner
Josh McNorton is one of those guys who is always fun to hang out with in any social situation…a connector. And then he has this deep, poetic side that seems almost jarringly different from his gregarious personality. He’s a character, is what I’m saying…and it all works somehow. He’s worked up and down the music…
Jess Grant is one of the best improvisers in Canada. She is a Mainstage ITC performer (as part of two “House Party” teams), a gifted actress, and an overall terrific person. When she is famous, I will tell people that I asked her out but she turned me down. This is her ITC bio: http://www.impatient.ca/people/jess-grant/There is…