Harry Reid's column on the Ukraine crisis is right about one thing:
WHAT were the odds that Glasgow would have the most betting shops per head in the UK?
AS any star knows, when planning a comeback it is best to start small and build to big.
YOU can't fatten a pig by weighing it.
PETER BRANT, head of policy at the Social Mobility And Child Poverty Commission, thinks young working class people should be schooled to be more middle class, so they can "fit in".
The trouble with immigration is that everyone knows it is a bad thing.
Well it's just very nice to feel wanted.
So I got with the programme and got a new phone ...
HOW dangerous are Scotland's roads?
I've been spending a lot of time on the road of late.
A SURVEY said yesterday that the average motorist spent 30 hours in gridlock last year, so bad have traffic jams become.
I was impressed by the force of the challenge being posed to Cosla ("Cosla is not a player so it is little wonder history is passing it by", Herald Agenda, February 28).
REMEMBER Randy Newman's wonderful song, Short People?
By any measure, it's an impressive list.
Why does a request made this week by Families Need Fathers Scotland seem implausible?
The current demonisation of Vladimir Putin is overcooked.