Torture for politics and profit

by Barbara Simpson -- She didn't twist my arm, but Mom convinced me to see Michael Moore's new movie. I'd told her there was no way I'd spend my hard-earned money on more…

Kerry in Cambodia: A question of character

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- On March 27, 1986, John Kerry rose in the Senate to address the theme that launched his career: how U.S. leaders had lied about Vietnam while young warriors more…

Strong leadership or hot air?

by Ellen Ratner -- It's easy to tell how popular a TV program is by the advertisers it attracts. Take the Super Bowl, for example – advertisers pay a million dollars a more…

From suit to nets

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

The tragedy of the McGreevey marriage

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- A few months ago I wrote a stinging column criticizing Gov. James McGreevey for silence in the face of outrageous anti-Semitic outbreaks in New Jersey. McGreevey surprised me more…

My truth, your truth

by -NO AUTHOR- -- New Jersey Gov. James McGreevey's resignation Thursday for an extramarital homosexual affair was shocking. But it really should not have been. Gov. McGreevey said, "My truth is that more…

Politics: Futile to the end

by Kyle Williams -- Elections come and go. Republicans are elected and Democrats are elected. Political figures rise in popularity and fall to the ground in the midst of scandal. The economy more…

The beasts that kill the animals

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated," Mahatma Gandhi once said. Given this premise, the soi-disant more…

'Healing' via human sacrifice

by Kelly Hollowell -- Deceptive, irresponsible, outrageous hype and blatant lies – these are the tools being used to convince people that changing administrations from Bush to Kerry will lead to cures more…