The Greatest Generation has moved on, the Woodstock era is over and America is being eaten alive by the progressive agenda. It’s time to grow up, stop whining and get back to work building a better world for future generations.
When we were young we did the same work as adults but at half the rate of pay. With the current economy, many of us are now working for half what we used to earn. Published 11:47 a.m. October 12, 2012 - Comments
According to the mainstream media President Obama is a shoo-in for re-election, so let's just forget about voting and debates and use the candidates for funny television skits. Published 8:15 a.m. October 3, 2012 - Comments
Rick Townley was a bookseller before switching to electronic publishing with The New York Times, Reuters, Grolier and others. He is the author of a humor book, For Boomers Only – Exploring Life in the New Millennium, a supernatural novel, Stepping ...Read More
Let’s talk about everything, especially the absurdity of it all
A miracle happened on reaching these shores. All that had been so wrong in Europe turned out to be so right in America.
Wrong man, wrong plan. Would you bet on a horse that is a community organizer?
Weakness invites thuggery and peace goes to the lion, not the lamb
The day Jack Kennedy was assassinated changed everyone.
Never apologetic. Never afraid. Lieutenant Colonel Allen B. West joins Communities to bring tales from the biggest Foxhole of them all, the one inside the Beltway.
This column will cover anything that has anything remotely to do with the game of baseball, from the game itself to mid-summer trades to offseason moves.
Wondering why the same conflicts keep happening? Time to dig deeper. Ferret out the root cause.
Politics, economics, and business from a real world perspective.
Ever wondered why people have such trouble getting along?
Rick Townley was a bookseller before switching to electronic publishing with The New York Times, Reuters, Grolier and others. He is the author of a humor book, For Boomers Only – Exploring Life in the New Millennium, a supernatural novel, Stepping Out of Time, and numerous short stories. In addition to contributing to the Washington Times Communities, Rick is working on a fiction series called Stigma and resides in southern Alabama with his 7-year-old granddaughter, Chloe.