Wayne Anderson is a warm beekeeper in northwest Wisconsin, who travels the world as a freelance news correspondent for Communities at The Washington Times and other fine media, covering the wars in the Middle East, reporting on and running from pirates off the coast of East Africa and sharing with readers the wonders of beekeeping in the strangest places around the world.
Buzz on Bees is a column promoting the love and life of God’s greatest pollinators on earth: The Honeybee. Send me your input and column ideas. And I will work as busy as a bee to get them in print.
Our Choice: Individual responsibility and self-government or the abandonment of the American Revolution
A liberal law professor and Obama supporter explains why and how Obama "has become the very danger the Constitution was designed to avoid."
Dems had to kill fillibuster to ensure Sebelius not removed from descision making position of authority on Obamacare death panels
Affirmative action and political correctness have damaged the black community. The conservative solution is to respect Dr. Martin Luther King's legacy.
If the young/healthy opt out, Americans are ready to win two critical arguments, the dream of socialized medicine will die along with Obamacare
A stat-head’s outlook, direct from his worn in couch cushion.
John Glaser turns his pen toward foreign policy and international relations around the world
Implement these actionable tips, how-to’s and best practices in 10 minutes or less to leverage online communications and technology for brand, business and career development.
Consummate traveler Todd DeFeo explores the unique stories that make destinations worth going to.
Covering the world of soccer, including the World Cup, Major League Soccer, D.C. United and the English Premier League and other interesting sporting events.
Published 11:28 p.m. December 11, 2013
Bees migrating back and forth to specific places with the seasons, like birds, is unheard of in North America. Yet in Ecuador it’s business as usual.
Published 4:03 p.m. March 23, 2013
First-ever suit filed in San Francisco says the EPA is allowing the “ongoing use of pesticide products.”
Published 4:25 p.m. March 15, 2013
The European Union Commission failed to ban the use of farm insecticides know as neonicotinoids Friday.
Published 12:08 p.m. February 20, 2013
Experts say the scare of the zombie bee is, and remains, media hype.
Published 10:46 a.m. May 10, 2012
All parties involved agree on this: Bees are important to our economy and society. And if we lose our bees, the U.S. as we know it is lost.
Published 4:56 p.m. April 4, 2012
Honey is not only at the heart of Israel, the land of milk and honey, but it is integral to the faith as well.
Published 5:44 p.m. March 9, 2012
A major loss of bees would be an economic catastrophe. And experts say that’s where we’re headed.
Published 10:31 p.m. February 20, 2012
Honey production was “10 percent less than regular,” said Ricardo Gutierrez, who manages 800 hives in the hillside near the Aztec town of Mazamitla.
Published 3:06 p.m. January 17, 2012
Is the honey bee on the verge of extinction? Hold on. Not so fast. Evidence doesn't really support that theory.
Published 9:10 p.m. December 14, 2011
From healing wounds to calming an upset stomach, honey is a miracle food that can do wonders.
Published 2:19 p.m. November 30, 2011
When is honey the real thing? When it's unfiltered and pollen remains.
Published 8:24 p.m. November 19, 2011
Baby, it's cold outside, but the bees know a thing or two about staying warm and toasty. They just do the Funky Chicken.
Published 1:03 p.m. November 14, 2011
God’s greatest pollinator, the humble bee, takes the blue ribbon for the category of “Most Interesting” in a contest between Homo sapiens and Apis mellifera