Published August 07, 2012
Combine Harry Reid’s position on Mitt Romney's tax returns with Vince Lombardi’s theory of victory and you've got a recipe for toxic politics.
Published June 21, 2012
The website set up for bullied bus monitor Karen Klein and the more than $150,000 that has been donated to her is proof that many more people in this world are not only decent, but generous.
Published June 01, 2012
John Edwards gave quite a speech Thursday in the wake of having been found not guilty on one count and gotten a mistrial on the other five counts that had been brought against him. He talked about being a better parent, working with poor children, taking responsibility for the "awful things" he had done, and he even talked about God. Yes, God.
Published May 29, 2012
There is no doubt that what is transpiring in Syria today is not only heartbreaking, but repugnant. And there is no doubt that if the United States could truly help, we should. But as General Dempsey went on to tell Congress, “There is no template.”
Published May 17, 2012
Rather than focusing on the real differences which divide President Obama and Governor Romney, the new emergence of Obama's new 'Enemies List' suggests that the measure of a candidate can be taken by measuring a few of the people around him.
Published April 18, 2012
Agents in Colombia betrayed the public image of the Secret Service, and to a lesser extent, that of the nation. Unlike employees at the GSA however, they did not betray the public trust.
Published April 06, 2012
Passover is the holiday which celebrates the Exodus from Egypt and the next stage in the unfolding biblical story of the Children of Israel. In 2012 it begins on Friday night, April 6. Here are eight things you may want to know about it.
Published March 24, 2012
The Reason Rally is not simply about protecting the rights of non-believers, but about the inferiority of religious belief.
Published January 29, 2012
I pray to that God and hope that I do get what I want, but we all know that’s not exactly how it works. I wish it were that easy.
Published January 15, 2012
Conservative Evangelical Christians in South Carolina, at least those who support Mitt Romney, are blazing an exciting new path – one which refuses the secularism classically connected to the left, AND also the religious dogmatism typically associated with the right. That's big!