Author Archives: Michael S. Miller

March 01

Michael S. Miller: “Teaching Trump to the Kids”

At 9 ages and 10, our kids and their friends can live in households where one watches CNN with healthy skepticism and the other watches FOX News as “truth” and still get along. But as Trump’s vitriol metastasizes into our lives and culture, will they be able to do that in four years? In eight?

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February 23

James A. Molnar: Gold Knight’s Oscar predictions

When the golden envelopes are opened Sunday night at the Dolby Theatre, there could be more than one surprise awaiting the audience at the 89th Academy Awards.

February 20

Don Lee: “Not My Enemy”

As a once and maybe future reporter, I took the A Donald’s declaration about the press personally. But I have this nasty habit of thinking things through, and this truth — shall we call it an inconvenient truth? — bubbled up. But there was a lot of unintended truth swirling around, including from A Donald.

February 07

Michael S. Miller: “Pooped”

It’s packaged and presented as a friendly pile of … what, exactly? At the risk of standing on the precipice of “get offa my lawn,” I just don’t get it.

January 29

Michael S. Miller: “The Call”

“Donald, I’m going to try one more time. This ban on Muslims is not just a terrible idea, you did a terrible job implementing it.”

January 28

Terry James Chio: First-Time Author Finds Relevance in 19th Century Wisdom

The stories build on one another into a crescendo of emotions which in the end reveal a commentary on the corruption of politics, treatment of veterans, and dissolution of the moral fiber of today’s youth.

January 23

Michael S. Miller: “Disagreeing With The Facts: Media For Dummies”

Facebook does not suck; it is sucked, feeding jaundiced milk to an infantile public yearning for validation over investigation.