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Blogging for Amateurs, or Don’t Question the New York Times

So why am I talking about this? Because, in my tiny little world of blogging, a putdown by a big site really does a lot of damage. Read More »

U.S. Wants Change in Yemen, But Where Is the food?

Hungry people do not make for a smooth political process in Yemen, or any country. Read More »

Forget You

Why we all need to stop worrying about dropping the "F-bomb" Read More »

Marking Women’s History Month: We Still Need Strength

We may have come a long way, Baby, but we still have so far to go in how women are perceived and treated in our society. Read More »

Deja Vu All Over Again in the New York Times

The message to Congress is clear: Stop the Cuts to Food Aid. Read More »

War on the Fourth Estate

Over the past decade, our leaders have come to see secrecy as a casual right instead of a rare privilege Read More »

Why Liberals Just Adore and Defend Moslem Terrorists – to Death

OR, The Torrid Love Affair Between Two of the Oddest and Strangest Bedfellows Imaginable Read More »

Redemption In Death Valley

“I’ve seen this guy [Jarrett Lee] go through hell!”—Gary Danielson. Read More »

A Tale of Two Traveling-Sisterhood Ideological Vipers

OR, How Does it Feel When the Designer, Expensive, Stiletto, High-Heel Shoe is on the Other Foot? Read More »

IBM for a Smarter African Continent?

With I.B.M. expanding into sub-Saharan Africa, can the continent revitalize its economy with telecom as an engine? Read More »