Enjoy this week's Castaway cartoon.
Most of us had the opportunity to have our say Tuesday when we slipped our ballot into the electronic scanner. Billions of people in this world do not get that opportunity.
We live on a small island. Yet, sometimes we seem to speak different languages. This reminds me of China, where people from one province speak a different dialect than people from nearby provinces.
On the eve of the 2012 presidential election, it seems inconceivable that anyone intending to vote could be undecided at this moment.
Cook with your children; In need of clarification; Series is helpful
When noted economist Arthur Laffer spoke in Sarasota last winter, he cut to the quick while summarizing the Nov. 6 election. Every election, Laffer said, is a referendum on the incumbent's performance.