Denial ain't a river in Egypt

by Erik Rush -- In recovery circles (as in recovery from addiction), the term "denial" commonly refers to an addict's inability to see the deleterious effects of their substance of choice upon more…

The war on children

by Erik Rush -- When our first child started kindergarten years ago, I was scared to death. I recall thinking that if this child experienced half of the psychological and emotional trauma more…

Atheists' middle-finger salute

by Erik Rush -- Over the last few holiday seasons, a city in the state in which I reside has enjoyed (I use the term facetiously) more than its share of media more…

Legitimizing the black fringe

by Erik Rush -- Lest I wax tedious, there are certain truths that must be "drummed home," as it were, for people to take sufficient notice of them. We have already witnessed more…

No American limp-wristedness in India

by Erik Rush -- While there are few Westerners who were not appalled by the terrorist attacks in the coastal city of Mumbai (formerly Bombay), India, last week, one would hope that more…

Frank, Dodd and Obama's high crimes

by Erik Rush -- They hide in plain sight, and no one will police them for reasons that speak to corruption that has insinuated itself deep into the leadership of both the more…

Obama's pesky loose ends

by Erik Rush -- As this columnist has indicated previously, for reasons that beg deeper analysis, grave and troubling facts pertaining to President-elect Barack Obama were kept from the electorate by the more…

'Republicrats' on hook for loss

by Erik Rush -- In the aftermath (or afterglow, depending on whom one talks to) of the election of Barack Obama, media reports came to light regarding aides of Sen. John McCain more…

The American electorate: Gullible's Travels

by Erik Rush -- Radio talk-show host Rush Limbaugh said once (that I know of) during the Clinton administration that one ought not be too energized nor dejected over who happens to more…