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The Internet: Where Great DJs Go When Radio Goes Bad

When 105.9 The Edge went off the air in Washington, the suddenly-out-of-work jocks didn't complain — they took their acts online. Read More »

Tea Party Fiddles as the U.S. Prepares to Burn

With the Right denying even the existence of a debt-ceiling drop-dead date, how can anyone expect compromise? Read More »

Interview: Backstage with American Idol’s Stefano Langone

Stefano Langone discusses his post-tour plans and his advice for the season 11 American Idol hopefuls. Read More »

Music CD/DVD Review: Shinedown – Somewhere In The Stratosphere

A review of Shinedown: Somewhere In The Stratosphere Read More »

These Days in Egypt Are Not for the Faint of Heart.

A consideration of the difficult times ahead in Egypt, and the crises facing the Obama administration. Read More »

Michael Steele’s Coonery Tour Has Ended

Steele, a bright and intelligent person prior to becoming a national political figure, became someone who played up the worst stereotypes of Black in mainstream media. Read More »

Filibuster Reform: Let the Fight Begin

The time has come to rein in the excesses of undue filibuster Read More »

Richard Holbrooke and the Washington Most of Us Don’t Know

Few outside Washington probably appreciate Holbrooke's passing, and that's a shame. Read More »

In Defense of Governor Sanford

OR, One Last, Parting Shot and View of the Man Who Would/Could Perhaps Maybe, Might Have Been President. Read More »

Book Review: The Price of Liberty by Keir Graff

Keir Graff pens a thriller about political intrigue and one man's race to save his family in mountains of Montana. Read More »