by Kate Lewis Torok I just got out of a six-month relationship. It was an awkward break-up, that ultimately turned into anger. We weren’t communicating. My needs weren’t being met. I was […]
by Kate Torok Dear Procrastinators, Please stop waiting for the $8,000 tax credit to return. It won’t. The government has other concerns and debts to think about and the credit was simply […]
“Ordinary life is pretty complex stuff.” Who said it?
“It’s absolutely stunning to me, the contempt in which the network holds the audience. The idea that these people have standards is laughable.” Who said it?
Wow, 100 issues of Nota Bene! Props to Russ for helping me for a while with this nifty little S&R feature. Never mind all that now, let’s get on with this issue. […]
It goes without saying that we should all be mindful of our obligations, be they legal, ethical, spiritual, or, in the case of one Eldrick Tont “Tiger” Woods, marital. But I have […]
by Anam Been a long hard week. All around the college where I work as a benefits coordinator, programs are out of funding for the summer. Financial aid is strained to the […]
By Martin Bosworth For those who don’t know, last week President Bush and Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson unveiled a “mortgage rescue plan” (NOT a bailout, they desperately stressed) that would enable qualifying […]
By Martin Bosworth The phrase “moving the goalposts” has been applied most heavily in public discourse of late to the Bush regime’s “strategery” regarding the Iraq war. Through the “surge” and constant […]
By Martin Bosworth In looking at the various examples of bad economic news over the last few days, I’ve been struck once again by how the supposedly rational, logical, God-forbid-we-regulate-it-because-it-works-fine-on-its-own free market […]