The results of our latest S&R poll are in. At the end of this year, will regular unleaded gasoline prices: exceed $5 gallon? (77) hover north of $4 a gallon? (48) exceed $6 a gallon? (42) hover around $3 a gallon? (8) drop substantially under $3 a gallon? (5) Thanks for your vote. Our new […]
Catch-22: a problematic situation for which the only solution is denied by a circumstance inherent in the problem or by a rule <the show-business catch-22:no work unless you have an agent, no agent unless you’ve worked – Mary Murphy> If you’re at all familiar with business, you can probably think of countless times when the […]
I don’t write about sports issues here very often, but … let’s make an exception for this one. The NBA is in the news big time today, and not because of last night’s Lakers win over the Celtics. Former referee Tim Donaghy, convicted of taking bribes and betting on games he officiated, has now alleged […]
What big story received less overall mainstream media coverage than Dennis Kucinich’s introduction of 35 articles of impeachment against President Bush? What same story of critical impact to our First Amendment rights got even less attention than last week’s Senate Select Committee on Intelligence report confirming that the Bush administration “led the nation to war on false premises”?
We engage Military.com columnist Jeff Huber in a wide-ranging discussion that begins with his new novel, Bathtub Admirals. Pitch Bathtub Admirals to prospective readers as if you were trying to interest an agent in representing you. In the background we see the bizarro world version of historic events: the Cold War, the Tailhook scandal and […]