I'm beginning to think I may not learn Mandarin in time for our trip to China on Wednesday.
As of this week, we have an interim Iraqi government, remarkably balanced in terms of ethnicity, region and tribe. Such encouraging developments, however, are apparently not to be permitted to puncture the current defeatism.
Tom Brokaw said it. So it must be true.
Instead of apologizing, I decided to search the webpage of the nearest university English department to see what I could find.
Other questions, equally important - or more so: Does America have the stomach to prevail in Iraq? Indeed, will our morals allow us to win the War on Terror?
In his latest rip-roaring attack on the Bush administration, Al Gore basically called on everyone in the Pentagon's civilian leadership short of Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs William Winkenwerder Jr. to resign.
The United Nations is an enabling institution. It enables John Kerry to babble mindlessly about the situation in Iraq.
Oregon is the only state in the union that facilitates suicide. The New York Times' Science section touts the virtues of the assisted suicide law, which since 1997 has facilitated at least 171 suicides.
Maybe State and CIA are right about Chalabi. But what if they?re not? Shouldn?t the media be challenging those departments relentlessly?
What we wear communicates what we think of ourselves, but even more so, what we think of the world around us.
Poor Bill Cosby. He doesn't deserve the fallout that followed his remarks about the dropout rate of some poor students.
There is a battle under way for Sen. John Kerry's heart and mind on Social Security.
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