Crisis/risk/issues management and communications and PR consultant, free-lance writer, aspiring pundit and author. Blogcritics.org asst. ed, politics. Wanted to set world on fire, but bride won't let me play with matches, so I'm counting on upcoming, someday, perhaps novels to accomplish through awe and wild acclaim what arson didn't. Also, yes, I take my meds regularly. Please check out my lit blog, No Blank Pages
Amidst the fear, the anger, the apprehension, we can take heart that our politicians are blithering idiots — as are we.
It's not health care, it's a fading vision of America that's driving conservatives wild.
You can learn a lot about health care reform from President Obama. Or not. It doesn't matter.
Why are we giving away our privacy so willingly when the dangers are so horrendous?
Are we one lucky nation or what? Pick a subject, any subject, and experts come out of the walls like cockroaches at night in a New York apartment.
We may stumble out of our domestic financial mess. But how are we to recapture the value system that has been our moral compass?
Mr. President, let it be known, that when confronted with a choice between mutilation and exaltation, you rose to the occasion.
Our never-ending hysteria over minutia and myopic fixation on Obama's every act will ensure his - and our - failure.
I think my campaign to get a free Kindle 2 has worked. The complete lack of response from Amazon is encouraging.
Having succeeded with Jameson Irish whiskey, I turn my sights on obtaining a Kindle 2 as my giftiness improves.