May 03,2002

The Carter Show

As an American of Cuban descent, I appreciated Jimmy Carter’s recent excursion the same way Leno and Letterman appreciated Monica Lewinsky keeping the dress. Our ex-president’s travels to the land...

May 03,2002

The Price of Freedom

As presented to Congress in February, President Bush’s $379 billion defense budget constitutes a $48 billion increase over the last fiscal year, the largest such increase since the early 1980s....

May 01,2002

Carter's Man in Managua

Former President Jimmy Carter’s recent trip to Cuba prompted much talk among pundits over his role as an ex-president. From building houses for the poor to monitoring elections in the...

Apr 06,2002

The Sexual Revolution Becomes Passe

Science may be unraveling the most perplexing conundrum of 30 years of sexual revolt and rewrite: to wit, why do many women, upon entering into relationships they intend to be...

Apr 03,2002

The Regulation Scam

I no longer blame the media for being biased. I’ve realized it’s not their fault. Some concepts New York Times writers and CNN anchors just cannot process. Their brains won’t...

Mar 03,2002

Slave to the Polls

On December 10, 1998, as the media attacked Republicans preparing for the impeachment vote for daring to “overturn a democratic election,” a USA Today/CNN/Gallup poll found that 71% of respondents...