Change Voting Age to 16 Try 80 09/14/2020 Change Voting Age to 16? Try 80! San Francisco residents will vote on a measure in November to allow teenagers as young as 16 to vote ... Read More Coronavirus, Divisive Politics Have Autumn Optimism in Short Supply 09/08/2020 I made it through the summer of COVID-19 - though I'm thankful that neither I nor any of my family have contracted the novel coronavirus. ... Read More Census 2020: Accurate Count Essential 08/31/2020 I hope we get it right. Data collection for the 2020 U.S. Census ends soon. This census, the 22nd in U.S. history, has faced its share ... Read More Join COVID-19 Homebuying Rush Develop Common Sense 08/24/2020 Join COVID-19 Homebuying Rush, Develop Common Sense American home ownership is soaring, which is good for all of us., Home sales slowed during the early months ... Read More The Vanishing Art of Empathy 08/17/2020 Joe Biden reminded the world what grace looks like. Robert Trump, President Trump's younger brother, died Saturday. In response, Biden tweeted: "Mr. President, Jill and ... Read More The Longer We’re Isolated, the Less Productive We Get 08/10/2020 COVID-19 is getting old - particularly for employees who've been working from home for months. That's the finding of a Wall Street Journal article, "Companies ... Read More America Means Freedom To Them 08/03/2020 A friend of mine can't for the life of him understand why some Americans are clamoring to replace capitalism with socialism. Born in Vietnam, he was ... Read More Laughter Really Is the Best Medicine 07/27/2020 I missed it again. So did the rest of America., July 1's unofficial International Joke Day came and went without fanfare. , That's regrettable, because ... Read More Perpetual Anger No Help Amid Pandemic 07/20/2020 Good grief: Apparently, America has yet to move past the anger phase regarding COVID-19. In 1969, you see, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross described five stages of grief: denial, ... Read More Amid Pandemic, Take Pen in Hand 07/13/2020 I can't recall the last time I wrote or received a handwritten letter - but it's time to send such letters again. The reasons why the ... Read More Archives Tom Purcell Tom Purcell, author of "Misadventures of a 1970's Childhood," is a Pittsburgh Tribune-Review humor columnist and is nationally syndicated exclusively by Cagle Cartoons newspaper syndicate. Email Tom at [email protected]. Daily Newsletter Sign up for FREE! Get Cartoons Daily! Sign up for our free daily newsletter by entering your email and clicking on subscribe. Subscribe 2 of 56‹12345›» Close this module GET OUR FREE DAILY CARTOON EMAIL NEWSLETTER!All the best our sites have to offer – free in your email box! No hassle! No obligation! So cool! Just sign up!First NameJohnLast NameSmithYour email[email protected]SubmitNever see this message again.