By Charles Caruso
Politicians: One year they’re inducted, next year they’re indicted.
Confession may be good for the soul but it’s hard on a marriage.
A president may be a clown but the system that produced him is not funny at all.
You can tell a lot about people by how long they leave their Christmas trees up.
Nothing so bad that a drink can’t fix it.
Everyone laughs at the boss’ jokes.
We’re just getting the knack of life when we die.
The College of Cardinals: A potpourri of popes.
Bob Mueller for President.
Things we’ve worn comfortably all day become impossibly heavy the moment we get home.
Is an oxymoron a stupid cow?
Mellowing and burning out are the same thing.
The elections are free but the politicians are expensive.
When did hamburgers become so gross? And why?