Our obsession with everything celebrity has stopped us being able to focus on issues that matter and morphed us into drama addicts and voyeurs.
What can we learn from the recent media blitz on Lindsay Lohan and Mel Gibson? You may expect me to come up with some hidden message or special lesson here -- but sometimes the obvious is the hardest to digest.
Accountability and consequences work. How can we apply this valuable lesson of the importance of being accountable in all of our lives?
How do you have summer fun, with 6 more weeks still looming? It's time to hearken back to simpler times and gain more pleasure out of the everyday.
In an ideal world, media outlets would ignore the trivial banalities of celebrity meltdowns and focus primarily on the real world issues that concern us all. However, the media needs to give the people what they want in order to survive.
Joan Rivers is right about Lindsay Lohan. Sadly, her comment that Ms. Lohan will not survive another ten years of her current lifestyle appears reasonable and prescient.
That is really, really thin. However, when we look at Lindsay, do we think, "OMG the girl is emaciated!"? I don't, and I think that is a big problem.
I really was feeling a bit like the new Mark Twain, Twain 2.0 ... And then came Lindsay.
Lohan needs a dedicated team of treatment professionals and other recovery supporters who could help her get back on track.
Horse racing is an awesome sport to watch and as today is the first day of racing at Del Mar, I asked Wing a little bit about how one can make safe bets in the world of sports and in general society.
Dear Lindsay, Anyone who isn't living under a rock has already heard you were sentenced to 90 days in the LA County Jail for violating your DUI proba...
Now, suddenly, it's not just taking sides, it's siding with a convicted rapist. Even Iran is saying, "Holy s**t, Switzerland, what are you doing?"
In the age of online dating, Facebook, Twitter and texting, it's no wonder that dating has turned more cyberspace than courier pigeon, but is it for the better?
On the one hand, maybe she should contritely serve her sentence, set to begin next week, and move on with her life. On the other hand, maybe she should grab one of her passports, flee the country, and move to France.
I don't know if it was the heat or humidity covering much of the East Coast, but last week the media continued its pursuit of stories that have little or no meaningful substance.
Lindsay Lohan's lovely courtroom manicure was applied with an airbrush by a salon professional and cost more than your car payment. But don't despair -- you can re-create her passive-aggressive nails at home.