By Jay Ambrose May 31, 2015 6 a.m.
Imagine one day you're poking along down the highway, a gargantuan vehicle behind you honks, galumphs past you in another lane and unsettles you by its size and proximity to the point of road rage — except for one thing.
By Jay Ambrose April 5, 2015 6 a.m.
Progressives like to blame House Republicans for Washington stalemate, but those Republicans lag behind Harry Reid, the former Senate majority leader. Thanks not insignificantly to his own doings, he is now the minority leader, though he is retiring at the end of 2016. Reid won't be missed except by those who think any abuse of office and American preciousness is acceptable if it furthers their druthers.
By Jay Ambrose March 29, 2015 6 a.m.
Iran's supreme leader recently said "Death to America," and meanwhile his country is gaining power in Iraq, Yemen and Syria; sponsoring terrorists; working on a ballistic missile program; and making it clear that Israel is a goner if Iran is ever in a position to make that happen.
By Jay Ambrose March 22, 2015 6 a.m.
'Uber" is a German word generally used in English to mean "super," and I am here to argue that nothing is more uber for building an economy than innovative entrepreneurship — and that few entrepreneurial companies these days are more uber than Uber. It's a taxi company that is not really a taxi company.
By Jay Ambrose March 8, 2015 6 a.m.
As the last two years of his tenure move toward their conclusion, President Barack Obama's increasingly probable legacy — on top of the much-discussed debt he will leave to punish future generations — could be a nuclear-armed Iran and a striking diminution of rule of law and American freedoms.
By Jay Ambrose January 4, 2015 6 a.m.
So, 2014 is done for. It was a year that happily ended with a pickup in the economy and other blessings but also had its excruciating moments and sometimes something making those moments and others in the further past worse: inappropriate or overreaching reactions.
By Jay Ambrose December 7, 2014 6 a.m.
When Todd Siler was 12 years old, he asked what the point of the universe was. To help find out, he later became the only one ever to get an art-and-psychology Ph.D. at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has since painted up a storm, thought up a storm, and is now collaborating with a scientist to give us a new boundless energy supply that could end global warming fears.
By Jay Ambrose November 9, 2014 6 a.m.
Though he just may muff it, as he has muffed so much in this presidency of his, Barack Obama has just been handed a golden opportunity to rescue his legacy and to start doing some amazingly wondrous things for this country of ours, things he himself has said he wants.
By Jay Ambrose October 12, 2014 6 a.m.
Hallelujah, fellow citizens. There's a relatively new idea trotting about in the land. It offers great hope of addressing persistent, heartrending social problems effectively and without waste, it is backed by conservatives and liberals, and it could ultimately replace a system that has provided far too little for far too much.