Keller At Large
So with all this bad news front and center, it behooves us to work a little harder to find the silver lining in the news cycle.
I promise, this will be the last time I’ll talk about the Olympics for a long time, if not forever.
NFL suspension policies reek of moral obtuseness and intellectual dishonesty.
I watched the premiere of the reality series about the former Bruce Jenner’s transition to Caitlyn Jenner – “I Am Cait” – to see what all the fuss was about, and I didn’t see much to fuss about.
Those capable of apologizing are likely the ones most capable of learning from them, and avoiding them in the future.
What good is the state law allowing casinos doing?
After recent events, there is no doubt in my mind that Donald Trump deserves all our votes to become our next president.
What is a reasonable compromise that would make those records accessible and end our culture of stonewalling without making our local governments vulnerable to costly exploitation by the fanatics among us?
Foreign policy has always baffled Jon Keller, but he says it appears that’s the case for the country’s top officials as well.
Jon Keller wonders when NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will finally end the national nightmare that has been DeflateGate.