Tom doesn’t think the recreational marijuana initiative stands a chance with voters
Tom says he realized sometimes an issue (or even a part of an issue) will arise that sends everybody scurrying for righteous cover under the leftist umbrella—and he's not inclined to blindly join them.
Who let the dogs out? I don't really care. My beef is with whomever it is that keeps letting them in.
When Tom first met Warner Smith, Pima College men's basketball coach Brian Peabody and he were reffing a high-school summer league.
Did you recently run into Tom Danehy outside of a Walmart and ask him why he doesn't support Donald Trump's presidential campaign?
Since Tom is only around these parts every other week, stuff seems to just pile up in his head and then gush forth.
It was 100 years ago this week that the bloody Easter Rising ripped through Dublin, setting Ireland on a course toward independence after centuries of brutal British rule.
It may seem counterintuitive, but despite Tom being a well-informed/know-it-all/blowhard, he really enjoys it when someone can change his mind about an issue.
There's the game "Do you know how I know you're old?" which is permissible because it's still OK to make fun of old people.
Wow, we suck worse than Mississippi in both election and education.
H is for How. How did we get here, Arizona?
There are times late at night, when a man is flipping through the channels, contemplating his existence and occasionally cursing Philo Farnsworth for having invented the time-sucking television device in the first place.
Questions, questions and more questions (and a few answers).