Greg "Red" Randolph was a larger-than-life hero to his younger brothers.
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Each February I used to grow what I called a 60-degree beard. It was my own stupid, uncharitable spin on No-Shave November. On Feb. 1, I’d stop shaving, and I wouldn’t pick up a razor again until the temperature touched 60 degrees.
In The Herald Bulletin's daily online poll, a vast gap in opinions about Donald Trump appears whenever we've posed a question about his comments, policies, actions or behavior.
I have often shared with you my views on the need for a more informed conversation in the public square. To the point, a friend and I recently have completed a book called “The Trumptionary.” It’s not about President Trump, though. Instead, it is about what we believe to be a need for conversation, which implies self-education.
My grandfather, Harry S. Truman, initiated the protocols for the peaceful transfer of presidential power as we know them today. He invited President-elect Dwight D. Eisenhower to send over his Cabinet and staff so they could kick the tires, as it were -- be briefed by their predecessors, attend meetings, try out the office chairs.
Critics are ready to bring impeachment charges against President Donald Trump. History tells us that even with high levels of unpopularity and opposition, it isn’t that easy.