On the surface, the foreign policy positions of Vice President Al Gore and Texas Gov. George W. Bush seem pretty much the same. Both candidates support admitting China into the World Trade Organization.
In case some of you think that a cease-fire has been achieved in the culture war, I'm here to tell you that the guns are still blazing -- or should I say the nukes are exploding?
Who killed feminism? The list of suspects is long, and the stab wounds are many.
Aiming to keep Gov. George W. Bush out of his father's shadow at the Republican National Convention, the former president and the governor of Texas will live in separate Philadelphia hotels.
The specific controversial issues we fight about often reflect more general differences in our underlying assumptions.
Tell-all transvestites. Half-naked soap opera stars. Vapid morning gabfests. Egomaniacal, one-name talk show hosts.
The most common media hit on George Bush the Elder after his 1988 campaign was the claim that he won by scaring whites about blacks, and the GOP used "code words" to achieve a dirty victory.
No one has said, "The very idea that Mrs. Clinton ever used language like that or insulted certain ethnic groups is simply so wildly out of character as to be laughable on its face."
The so-called mainstream media loves stories about cops. Cops in New York City, cops in Los Angeles and cops in Philadelphia have all become fair game for columnists, commentators and critics.
What's the Democrats' problem with decent pro-marriage tax reform?
The New York Times is cheering the decision of Mount Holyoke College to stop requiring that students submit their SAT scores for admission, ending what the Times calls "the tyranny of the big test."
The internal memo mentions such factors as the Clinton administration's own special environmental rules on gasoline for the midwest as being among the reasons for the higher gas prices there.
Twice annually, Electronic Media magazine surveys several dozen television critics regarding their choices for the best and worst shows on TV.
In the movie, "The Godfather," the godfather's consigliere, played by Robert Duvall, goes to Hollywood. Duvall attempts to get a producer to cast a family friend and singer in an important movie.
Well, here we go again with the Clintons. Once more one of them or both are braving a scandal over lurid charges that no first family ever braved before.
To call it the biggest liability award in history would be an understatement. On July 14, a Florida jury ordered the five leading tobacco companies to pay $145 billion in punitive damages.
Al Gore had better watch out the next time he makes a rare appearance in the Senate to fulfill constitutional duties as its president.
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