The first Saturday in May will be different this year. The world won’t stop what it’s doing and focus its attention on a dirt track in south Louisville.
Chances are good there’s a frozen pizza in your refrigerator. Or two. Americans feast on more than 350 million of them annually, ringing up $5.5 billion in sales.
The Coronavirus has finally arrived here in the US. It’s now a matter of waiting to see how bad it could get. Will it go on to march unrestrained across the country?
We’ve all done something impulsive at one time or another, a spur of the moment decision that, when you thought about it later, wasn’t such a good idea.
The one (and perhaps only) thing Americans seem to agree on these days is that political rhetoric is dangerously toxic.