"Donald Trump as Jar Jar Binks, amusing at first, but ultimately annoying once you actually listen to his word salad gibberish."
After forty years of following presidential races, community columnist James Martin has come to a conclusion: Being president is really quite simple.
Writer James Martin thought he was talking to his fifth-grade daughter about Native Americans. But he was wrong, he soon learned.
It has been said that getting old beats the alternative, but looking into the social mirror is starting to make blogger James Martin wonder, he writes.
Community blogger James Martin has long considered writing about Common Core education standards, but he stayed mute—until now.
It has been said that to leave a gang you must be beaten out. In order to leave the mafia you get a new set of designer shoes and a short one way boat trip. There is allegedly a hotel in California where once you check-in you can never check out....
The Congregation of The Great Spirit in Milwaukee mixes Catholicism and the traditions, language and culture of the Native American community, blogger James Martin writes.
Easter has always been community blogger James Martin's favorite holiday. But the celebration, and the time leading up to it, took on greater significance after he was diagnosed with ALS.
In this age of cellphones and adolescent persistence, community blogger James Martin recalls a time when bathrooms were sacrosanct.
After skipping Christmas shopping for the last two years, community blogger James Martin dove back in this season. He wasn't missing much, turns out.
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