Published April 15, 2010
Our commander in chief is implying that we're uncomfortable or unhappy with being on top. Say what?
Published March 24, 2010
What the People's Weekly Brief learned recently from a satellite feed from an undisclosed location...
Published March 05, 2010
I've been watching listening to the people these past couple of weeks. Guess what I've learned?
Published November 04, 2009
What if Khomeini had returned to Iran from exile in Paris and had kept the demonstrations of support and street chaos outside from spilling over and going inside the embassy? Would America look any different now?
Published November 02, 2009
When it comes to Afghanistan, we’re screwed. It’s just that no one’s being honest yet about the screw job.
Published October 12, 2009
President Obama’s Nobel Prize victory on Friday was the clearest signal yet of the end of the old world order. -- There once was a time when you actually had to do the things you promised to do before someone gave you a trophy.
Published October 07, 2009
It is our short term focus and national attention deficit disorder that leads me to believe we are mistaken to escalate the Afghan effort.
Published September 30, 2009
Topics for this week’s column: Health care? Iran? Increased home grown terrorism threats? Little did I know the answer was waiting for me in an unmarked manila envelope shoved under the office door...
Published May 30, 2009
Last night it occurred to me that Scooter, my two-year-old power-hungry son, is not unlike Kim Jong Il, North Korea's power-crazed despotic leader. I shall explain.
The thought that my wife and I are possibly raising a communist dictator came to me while relaxing in our living room following a very tasty Memorial Day cookout.
Published May 19, 2009
After a two month hiatus the PWB staff and interns have settled in to our sumptuous new digs overlooking Main Street. Real estate being what it is nowadays, the landlord ponied up a sweet deal on the rent and necessary improvements, while the one block walk from Buzzy's 8Ball Room confirmed the old adage "location, location, location".