OK, so I got a Kindle. This is a major step, for someone who is as much of a book junkie as I am. Actually, more like a book magnet. And after […]
Two flimsy gray walls, three filing cabinets and one rarely used dry-erase board make up the landscape of my work cubicle. My mind travels often to places I have been and those […]
Sixth in a series by Michael Pecaut On Friday, I was one of the million or so people to see the launch of STS-135 live. More than that, I was one of […]
Can the Republicans really be so desperate for another candidate named George that they’re considering Pataki, who’s not particularly conservative and three years older than the New Madrid earthquake? Seriously? It’s hard to […]
Ellen pulls the sweater tight around her, feels the strength of the wind begging her to let go, embrace the brisk cold of this November night. Three twenty in the morning and […]
Fifth in a series by Evan Robinson Thirty years ago last April, six of us set out from Lake Geneva, WI, in two cars. We had told our bosses that we were […]
Ineffective in halting Iraq’s nuclear-weapons program, Israel’s attack on the Osirak nuclear reactor can’t be used as a precedent for a military strike to halt Iran’s nuclear-enrichment program.
Here at S&R we try and generate as much original content as possible and, unlike a lot of blogs, we don’t dedicate much energy to linking other stories around the ‘sphere. Aside […]