Published March 02, 2012
The literal meaning of adieu is "To God" while "Au Revoir" means "until re-seeing." So, to my friend Andrew Breitbart I say: adieu and au revoir.
Published January 10, 2012
You almost won in Iowa, Senator Santorum. Now you're in New Hampshire. Like another Pennsylvanian named Rocky Balboa, you've got your shot at the title-something nobody ever thought you'd have. Here's how to make the most of it.
Published August 29, 2011
I have no doubt that Meet The Press host David Gregory is a man of faith, but if his questioning of Michelle Bachmann on recent show was any indicator, he fits the description once offered by fellow Sunday host Bob Schieffer who unforgettably observed that there was a deep division in America between those who were merely religious and those who were religious "in a secular way."
Published July 24, 2011
If John Lennon had become a Reagan-loving, TV-evangelist watching, evolution-mocking man as he entered his 40s, it was certainly no crime. But has Yoko Ono been keeping secrets from all of us about her late husband for decades?
Published May 26, 2011
The way the story unfolds will largely depend on how former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin chooses to conduct herself in the months and years ahead.
Published April 04, 2011
A new generation of Japanese has, for the first time in half a century, come face to face with widespread death and destruction. Are societal norms changing in the aftermath of the massive earthquake that struck the country in March?
Published March 29, 2011
A natural disaster seems to stir up universal feeling that most human beings seem to have amidst such tragedies-- that God or the gods express their displeasure with us by sending calamities.
Published January 15, 2011
The American experiment has succeeded precisely because there are almost no limits on political speech. That's one of the lessons from Tucson, from the shooting there last week, that we should not forget.
Published January 05, 2011
Of course, I’m completely in favor of people not using that disgusting word. But I’m not certain that the best way to combat the problem is by revisiting historical literature and taking out all the words we don’t like.
Published January 04, 2011
When you look at the success of the series and their very existence, the "Narnia" films are something of a Hollywood miracle.