What kind of government do we have? Upon leaving the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, in 1787, Benjamin Franklin was asked whether Americans had a monarchy or republic. 'A republic,' responded the grand old revolutionary, 'if you can keep it.'
I hate to ruin your light summer beach reading, but America and much of the world are still in deep yogurt when it comes to the war on terror.
The Democrats want Saddam back.
A garden variety of current quotations. . . .
Theaters are filling up with fans of Michael Moore -- a propagandist who makes Oliver Stone look like Alistair Cooke.
One of the many jobs offered to me over the years, to my wife's astonishment, was a job as dean of a school of journalism.
Nevada just witnessed the political equivalent of Shootout at the OK Corral. On one side was the full power of the Nevada government, and on the other was a grandmother armed only with a pen, petition and clipboard.
I am more interested in the judge's remarks as an example of how Bush-equals-Hitler rhetoric is going mainstream.
A struggle is under way for the soul of the Republican Party between a minority of protectionist xenophobes and those who are pro-trade and pro-immigration.