Month: November 11, 2002

Nov 11,2002

Bubble Wrap Under Attack

The latest asbestos boondoggle involves the Saddle Brook, New Jersey inventor of Bubble Wrap and an activist judge whose specialty is fortune-telling. Were this a Tom Wolfe novel, a promising...

Nov 10,2002

Democrats Finally Get Burnt

Vengeance, no doubt, is a sin. But it is very close to an innate human yearning for justice. In a world where crime consistently pays, a good man finds it...

Nov 10,2002

The District's Democracy Deficit

This week’s elections will give citizens all over America the opportunity to choose the leaders that will manage our federal republic. All over the U.S., that is, except in its...

Nov 06,2002

Celebrating Natalie Wraga (1901 – 2002)

One of the earliest and oldest AFF Founders Club members died last Monday night. Natalie Grant Wraga was 101. She was the daughter of a prominent judge in czarist Russia...

Nov 05,2002

A More Interesting Race

Settling in to write yet another election post-mortem, I demurred, realizing that at best it would be yet another election post-mortem. Every possible explanation for the GOP victory has been...

Nov 03,2002

Should the snipers be put to death?

I didn’t see what all the hubbub was about over state prosecutors trying to figure out who should get the first crack at John Allen Muhammad and John Lee Malvo...