We take our kids for physical vaccinations, dental exams, eye checkups. When do we think to take our - our son or daughter for a mental health checkup?
Broadcasting's best days lie ahead as both an engine of local economies and as an integral part of tomorrow's technological world.
The only way to ensure that our promise to provide every opportunity for students with disabilities, and help them achieve their full potential, is to give our schools the dollars they need.
The American people are being victimized more than any free market would warrant.
I think I have over 60 apps on my iPhone. I use six.
A lot of things people see as innovative are faddish and fleeting, and I'm simply telling you, staying power like broadcasting has is more important in the end than the latest app you can download.
We have some control over when we retire. However, we have very little control over how long we will live.
I never thought Oregon would elect to the U.S. Senate a Mormon, but it did.
Local television is still the No. 1 source for news and part of the family.
On issues carrying as much emotional freight as race - and there aren't many - a U.S. senator needs to speak with care and consistency. Otherwise, he could find people speaking at his own retirement tribute.
For years, broadcasters didn't get a nickel out of retransmission consent. But broadcast content is what the cable industry was selling to customers.
In my day, the players used to work their socks off. It's all changed now, obviously.
As a Republican, I voted with President Clinton consistently in our efforts to bail out our European friends in Kosovo to stop genocide. I am proud of those votes. I am proud of President Clinton for that.
The people who depend on an antenna are often those who are underprivileged - the elderly and the disadvantaged who can't afford a $200-a-month cable bill.
When there's an emergency weather situation, the local broadcaster is the source of information that often makes the difference between life and death.
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