What a difference 14 months make. When I originally wrote this column in January 2019, a widespread pandemic in South Carolina seemed as remote as the Bubonic Plague.
Holy Cow History
History surrenders this secret grudgingly: several men technically were president, but aren’t considered Presidents of the United States.
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?
They say Nero fiddled while Rome burned. More than 300 years ago, the man known as the Robin Hood of Scotland also memorably fiddled—under very different circumstances.