This post is a letter I’m sending to New York Times columnist Paul Sullivan after he wrote two Wealth Matters columns discussing the horrors of suddenly being worth $350 million Continue Reading →
While most of America has been fixated on the health care debate, I’m far more concerned about what is happening to education. Fortunately, my school district escaped a big layoff Continue Reading →
If you haven’t noticed, a lot of Americans are screaming bloody murder about government involvement in our lives. Just look at the health care debate. But consider this: Bari Lynne Continue Reading →
With thousands of Americans protesting big government, I think it’s time we listen. We’ll start by dumping discussion of a public health care option. After all, it’s clear that Americans Continue Reading →
When I recently learned that BPA was used in the manufacture of Sigg water bottles, I was pissed. After all, I thought I was buying a metal water bottle, not Continue Reading →
Facebook, Twitter Revolutionizing How Parents Stalk Their College-Aged Kids It’s fun. It’s hip. It’s the best way to keep tabs on your children.
I am baffled by the outcry over President Obama’s plan to encourage students to study hard. Conservatives are yelling that Obama’s speech is a plot to brainwash our kids. “I Continue Reading →
I don’t get it. Why do Americans believe a weed-free lawn is more important than safe drinking water? I ask that question after reading The New York Times story about Continue Reading →