A WordsDay Special Fifty-thousand words in thirty days. It’s a journey that would make Jules Verne jealous. November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), and I’m going to take the plunge. With […]
In honor of the Sabbat, I offer up this fragment from my poem “Eleven Fables.” ______ 9. Dog, Two Roads, Samhain October hardwoods crest the Blue Ridge, red gold orange, the incandescent […]
“We’re in the middle of a sort of transition right now,” Ian Astbury told the crowd that had packed Buffalo’s Town Ballroom Friday night. Two thousand-plus fans had come to see The […]
So was this a sane idea? I posed that question over pasta after the rally. I attended the rally with my husband, John, and his daughter, Ann, who lives right outside DC. […]
If you haven’t seen this video, which is built around a talk from Sir Ken Robinson, it’s 11:40 well spent. I tend to be skeptical about many approaches to “reforming” education because […]
Conservatives believe that U.S. disarmament holds no water with Tehran and that substantive disarmament measures on the part of the West would have no bearing on any aspirations Iran may have to nuclear weapons. Russ Wellen reports.
by Dawn Farmer Am i the only one who’s been wondering (for like nine years now) why Osama bin Laden seems to share foreign policy goals with a broad group of people […]
I’ve been listening to news about Don’t Ask Don’t Tell (DADT) ever since a federal judge in California overturned it and subsequently had her ruling stayed by the 9th Circuit Court of […]