Let's face it: These days, the news is less about information and more about turning people into outrage junkies.
Many of you have probably never even noticed the giant nuclear-warhead-proof concrete obelisk that looms over downtown Manhattan -- it's easy to miss.
Remember this date: November 6, 2018.
For the sake of this country, Trump and Obama must have a forbidden tryst over the next two months.
Look, we get it. Between the news' blind spots and the resulting mayhem on social sites, you're probably having media-related trust issues right now.
There is more work to be done than before, even with the weight of the recent political upset.
Canada is not your safety school.
I'm tired of hearing you tell me that everything is going to be okay, because the implications of this election are different for you than for everyone else.
Look, we get it. It takes at least a week to get through the mountain of voter literature that piles up in your mailbox.
While it's everyone's God-given right to not vote, considering what's at stake this year, never has a more wrong-headed act existed.
These men hold no illusions about their chances of winning, but for better or for worse, you have the option of offering them and their beliefs your support.