Month: May 31, 2004

May 31,2004

Truth in journalism

Caught up in the never-ending search for the sensational, modern journalism often neglects accuracy and integrity.

May 31,2004

Mean girls and boys online

Orson Scott Card’s protagonist in Ender’s Game outwitted a school bully by manipulating his e-mail account to send an embarrassing message to the classroom, but what if the class nerd isn’t the...

May 24,2004

Tax me out to the ballpark

Spring and baseball are a much better combination than spring and taxes. Thanks to politicians we have both. Worse, many politicians seem to think that baseball and taxes are an...

May 24,2004

In praise of paper

In a Reason article two weeks ago, Jeff Taylor bemoaned how our government was still stuck in the “Paper Age” instead of getting itself into the digital world. Why couldn’t we be more...

May 16,2004

Can Catholics reclaim clarity?

Those interested in “the Catholic vote” in the approaching presidential election should take a look at this month’s happenings in New Jersey, because they may signal the beginning of a...

May 16,2004

Return of the king

You Are The Quarry, pop icon Morrissey's first new album in seven years, is a triumphant return for the singer--even if it is a bit lopsided.