Almost a year ago, I wrote a column titled “Giuliani looking good right about now.” As it now appears a 2008 Rudy run is a sure thing, I thought it was about time to update that column to take a look at how Rudy is looking right about now, almost a full year later.
Well my friends, whenever I write about credit card debt, I am told that I am just an enabler and that the only solution to the spend thrifts is a cold turkey, head in the sand approach so these credit card losers can "learn their lesson".
Andrew Young's statement that blacks have been "ripped off" by stores run by Jews, Koreans, and Arabs has been rightly criticized and he has apologized. But these irresponsible remarks have wider implications than Andrew Young and wider implications than their political repercussions.
Most American families today subscribe to some kind of cable or satellite TV service, and increasingly they are asking themselves (and Congress) why they can't have "a la carte" choice -- the ability to take and pay for only the programming they want in their homes.
Ever since I announced by bid for the United States Presidency, I’ve been questioned about some of my more radical political opinions.
Holiday season isn't inexpensive. In fact, it can be down right costly. We will discuss this further after the Labor Day break, but now I have bigger fish to fry. Weekends!
Hillary Rodham Clinton is featured in a flattering black-and-white photo on the cover of Time magazine this week -- the 10th cover story for Hillary Clinton since she appeared on the national scene hitched to Bill Clinton's wagon in 1992. That's got to be a record of sorts.
Every year when my kids return to private school -- the same one dad attended, along with other dinosaurs -- some new horror story surfaces about the school's wacky liberal slant.
This year's Democratic plan for the future is another inane sound bite designed to trick American voters into trusting them with national security.
You have to admire the self-supporting logic of the Bush administration's position: The surveillance is legal if it's necessary to protect national security, and the fact that we're not willing to discuss it shows it's necessary to protect national security.
Calls for prevention highlighted the opening day of the 16th International AIDS Conference in Toronto. Alas, it’s too late.
Since the 2006 elections are fast approaching and the war is the most important national issue, wouldn't it be helpful to prepare a simple flow chart to compare the Bush administration's policy on the war with that of his Democratic critics?
Psst. A friendly suggestion for Americans yearning to end the Republican grip on political power: Vote Republican this fall.
BuzzCharts looked at an index of 50 large publicly traded companies which do business in the Arab world, mostly banks and utilities. We then synced it with the timeline of the conflict.
As Election Day approaches, more Americans are paying attention to the developing Democrat agenda, in hopes that there is a better alternative to Tom DeLay, Jack Abramoff, Duke Cunningham and the seemingly unrestrained growth of government witnessed under recent Republican rule.
Guess what I found out this week? Social conservatives can dance.
In short, almost nothing that is purported to happen in the Arab world can automatically be taken at face value. Not even if it’s captured in a photo.
San Francisco Chronicle reporters Mark Fainaru-Wada and Lance Williams should not go to jail if they do not reveal their source for stories on a grand jury investigation into steroids in sports. For one thing, they haven't broken any laws.