Having issued landmark rulings on gay marriage and the Affordable Care Act the week before, the Supreme Court on Monday tackled another complex legal and social question: the death penalty.
Q. My husband has been taking lisinopril for years now to control hypertension. We never associated his persistent nonstop coughing with this drug until today.
I knew a driver who maneuvered her vehicle with both feet – one on the gas pedal and the other on the brake. She screeched up to stop signs, braking hard, and took off again with significant propulsion. I think there was some overlap in the use of those pedals, which is never good for the vehicle.
It is both interesting and refreshing to read about the actions and statements of Pope Francis.
I needed a week to recuperate from my last column, people, but I will now attempt to tackle a few more aspects of so-called social media today. I say “so-called” because in my opinion (which, let’s be honest, is the only one that counts ... in this column) social media is about as ANTI-social as anything could possibly be!
Alan Cumming, author and reader of his memoir “Not My Father’s Son” (Harper Audio, Blackstone Audio, 6.5 hours), recently won two 2015 Audie awards — one for Best Narration by the Author and the second for Best Memoir. Both were well-deserved.