In this exclusive SCENES interview with Switchfoot drummer Chad Butler, he reveals that family, friends, fans and gratitude helped him and his surfer buddies become rock stars and handle their success.
I witnessed how good Oprah is at promoting herself. But when the next election rolls around, will that be enough, or will we have had enough of that?
Eighteen years after the Columbine massacre and every other terrible tragedy up to the 17 preventable deaths in Parkland, it looks like many Americans are ready to listen instead of just talking.
Tony Dungy credited faith for Nick Foles’ Super Bowl success, and the internet exploded with debate over whether he should have been censored. It’s a blessing he wasn’t.
Media people wanted climate change in President Trump’s State of the Union address, but nobody’s dying from it and, in the words of George Carlin, “The planet is fine.”
Hawaii residents scrambled as a nuclear missile supposedly headed their way, but they never lost their heads – just another example of this nation’s tenacity.
All the good things to come and bad things that won’t that the news will never tell you because they want to make a buck off of scaring the crap out of you.
At Christmas, when everyone is telling you to give, it’s important to remember that it’s okay to ask for what you need, too.
The famous and the powerful in America are dropping like flies, and that might be one of the best things that ever happened to us. It’s a revolution.
As we wrap each gift for loved ones, let’s pause and be grateful for all the bullets our country has dodged this year.