by John Cavanaugh What a gorgeous bit of nostalgia from Chevrolet! Or whatever this is trying to be. Especially in tough economic times like these, I like to think about the possible […]
In a nuclear exchange, “give me liberty or give me death” means much more death than our founding fathers could have imagined. A state may win a nuclear war, but it loses its soul.
On May 6, 2010, Christopher Monckton, Viscount of Brenchley, was invited by the Republican members of the House Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming to present testimony that contradicted over […]
Edgar Allan Poe’s grave marker sits immediately inside the front gate of the Westminster Hall cemetery in downtown Baltimore. It’s not quite the location you’d expect for a cemetery—at the corner of […]
by Ann Ivins “An authentic life.” For some reason, this phrase, neither new nor newly trendy, has been popping up more and more in reading, conversations, casual messages and in-depth debates in […]
Every story needs a villain. We still haven’t made up our mind who we will make the official villain for the recent financial meltdown—will it be the Ivy League elites who manipulated […]
News that President Obama’s Chief economic adviser, Larry Summers, will be leaving at year end gave a number of commentators the opportunity to suggest replacement candidates. Many of these suggestions take the […]