Columnist Laura Pritchett writes that even if you’ve fallen away from reading, you can rediscover growth and a sense of community by receiving — or giving — a well-chosen title.
Columnist Laura Pritchett writes that desperate conditions drive migrants to Colorado. Until we can agree on long-term solutions, a concerted effort to ease their arrival only makes sense.
I will admit I thought it would be milder. I’m vaxxed and boosted and eat my veggies (metaphorically and literally), so when the two lines appeared on the COVID test, I thought I’d have a few days of snot and cough. It’s good to be humbled, I suppose. It’s good to be proved dead wrong. […]
Say what you will about Ronald Reagan as a policymaker, he’s had little competition for the ability to defuse “the age issue” with a one-liner that can stand through the ages. When Walter Mondale’s 1984 campaign was making an issue of Reagan’s re-election age of 73, Reagan used his impeccable Hollywood timing in a debate […]
My hands shake as I scroll through the website. Trembling thumbs do not inspire confidence. I hardly have the steadiness to text effectively under pressure, let alone to “aliquot” homemade inoculant “into sterile capped microfuge” in order to complete a hot-off-the-internet, open-source COVID-19 vaccine recipe. Come to think of it, my performance in undergraduate chemistry […]
July 30 marked the 55th birthday of Medicaid and Medicare. This anniversary, noted at a time of great health peril in our country, offers us an opportunity to address the needs of our children. As a pediatrician with many years of commitment to the care of children, here and worldwide, I am fearful as the […]
Picture this: a caricature of former President Richard Nixon doing dangerous motorcycle stunts in the mountains of New Mexico, wearing a leather jacket embroidered with “Eco-Warrior” across the back. I call it “Tricky Dick Irony.” Nothing felt more ironic than learning that Nixon, infamous and unpopular Republican president, wound up being ally and champion in […]