The Democratic National Committee (DNC), which is running behind its Republican counterpart in fund-raising since Howard Dean took over as DNC chairman, is competing for small-dollar donors with Dean's own political organization, now headed by his brother Jim.
According to a new government-sponsored survey, most Americans qualify for a psychiatric diagnosis at some point in their lives.
Dad is countercultural. If he is responsible, loving, and married, he might seem boring and a constant provocation to his eye-rolling teenage children, but he stands at the ramparts of a movement to save the country from the most destructive trend of the past 30 years: father absence.
Having studied political philosophy at the University of Toronto with the late Allan Bloom, Walters describes the drug war in Lincolnian language: 'There are certain requirements of civilization -- to keep the better angels of our nature in preponderance over the lesser angels.'
What on earth were Christie Hefner, chairman and CEO of Playboy Enterprises, Republican Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Florida, and Democratic Reps. Jesse L. Jackson Jr. of Illinois and Ellen O. Tauscher of California, brainstorming about Wednesday over breakfast at La Colline?
The Supreme Court's recent decision saying that the federal government can prosecute those using marijuana for medical purposes, even when state laws permit such use, has been seen by many as an issue of being for or against marijuana.
People who do not believe in God or religion can surely lead ethical lives. But they cannot lead holy lives.
A Washington lawyer aboard US Airways Flight 532 earlier this month from Miami to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, with a stopover in Charlotte, N.C., says the pilot of the flight made an intriguing, if not alarming, announcement over the intercom.