Have you heard? It is finally here! We’ve got one and it is going to make everything okay. That’s right folks, a mere two and a half years after invading Iraq, the President of the United States of America has developed a strategy for winning the war.
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I was glued to the T.V. for most of the night this past Tuesday. It was election night, an event that for people like me tends to be more exciting than the Super Bowl, the World Series, and the World and Stanley Cups combined.
This past month, I attended the Society of Professional Journalists’ national convention in Las Vegas as a voting delegate.
After the recent chain of American events, Mr. Clemens can rest easy knowing that his words of wisdom are as relevant today as they were when he first wrote them down more than a century ago.
Hurricane Katrina implemented the Law of the Sea in New Orleans on August 29—and it looks like a hard law to live by.
Okay, lets get right down to business. I have a major beef with this new wave of anti-drug commercials.
For four of the most grueling years of my life, I worked at Disneyland. And despite the fact that toward the end it filled me with nothing but hate, I have found that some of the most entertaining stories I have ever heard are set in this unhappy place.
A San Francisco Superior Court judge lifted the ban on gay marriage in California this Monday and there is no doubt in my mind that by the time this column is published the religion addicts will have taken to the streets.
The afterlife got a heavy dose of fear and loathing this past Sunday when famed journalist Hunter S. Thompson killed himself with a shotgun. He was the father of Gonzo Journalism and my personal hero.
This morning it appears that America is the new Jonestown and its citizens have swallowed the Kool-Aid. George W. Bush sold us our fears and we rewarded him for it. “Keep us safe, mein Führer, don’t let those nasty Arabs take my wife and daughter.”