By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Like many fictional characters, the Boston-Irish Kellehers of J. Courtney Sullivan's "Maine," are not perfect. For the most part they are not lovable either, and that is not simply because they are flawed; it's because most of them are not charming. That's quite rare in a novel.
High school reunions are always a source of anxiety mixed with a certain pride, the fear of failure combined with a "look at me" attitude. For the class beauty, the question is will she still be better looking than her classmates.
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING KENNEDY
she suggests rather than explains that the boyfriend who backed away when she got pregnant is only the latest in a string of inadequate partners.