Author: Dorian Davis

Jun 24,2008

I Don’t (But I Might Soon)

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May 05,2008

Raising the Barr

Like most national politicians, former Republican Congressman Bob Barr is skilled in the art of generic political rhetoric, the fine art of saying a lot without saying much at all....

Aug 01,2007

Exclusive Interview: Mike Gravel, Liberaltarian?

WASHINGTON — Ron Paul is the easy response to libertarian calls for a candidate with a passion for downsizing government. But it remains unclear who the much discussed “liberaltarians” could...

Jul 23,2007

The Record Industry Is Watching You

“I have no privacy,” sang one-hit wonder Rockwell, as he crept around the long, shadowy hallways of his eerie, empty house, under the watchful eyes of intruders, both real and...

Jun 27,2007

Vigilantes and Live Free or Die Hard

“You won’t hurt me,” says a confident Tony, a blonde, sweat-suit-clad terrorist, who is holding a Los Angeles office building hostage, as he stares down the barrel of a pistol...