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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 »

Book Review: Ratification: The People Debate the Constitution, 1787-1788 by Pauline Maier

Champions of the Constitution as well as its harshest critics combined efforts to produce the crucial document of our national government. Read More »

Dancing Our Reality

Fat old lady bicycling through a West Coast book tour muses about what we cherish most. Read More »

DVD Review: First Monday In October

Walter Matthau and Jill Clayburgh try to bring life to the film version of the stage play First Monday in October. Read More »

Theater Review (Issaquah, Washington): Ragtime at Village Theater

KIDSTAGE scores again with Ragtime as a toe-tapping, lively summer romp. Read More »

Whoring Below the Beltway and the Story of Bart Stupak

Bart Stupak proves our nation is led by those who would whore themselves out for a vote. Read More »

Health Care: Main Street Is Out Of Touch With Washington

The health care battle proves that Main Street is out of touch with Washington. Read More »

You Should be Furious!

From prescription drugs to federal salaries, it seems that Washington only cares about its special constituencies, not the rest of us who are hurting. Read More »

Top Ten College Football Games From 2009

A look at the best college football games from the 2009 season. Read More »