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Trump's Media War
The fake news thing
DECEMBER 13, 2016 AND MAGAZINE IN FOREIGN POLICY
Definitely, definitely Hawaiian fake news with a heartland accent.
Now, Breaking News
For something completely dissident
NOVEMBER 21, 2016 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
DC is exactly like Hollywood, only with ugly people. --George Stephanopoulos
Call me Monte-no, not with a 'y', although they did presage the coming of relatively good education with foolish campy behavior; 'why', you ask, glad...
#Tv #Hillary Clinton #George Stephanopoulos #Media #Massage
☕️ Aaron Stipkovich
I am not categorically liberal or conservative. Every sensible person or subject gets equal consideration. Any other approach is the epitome of idiocy.
Hillary's $400M Iran Pymt
Trump attacks Clinton over $400 million Iran payment
AUGUST 3, 2016 AND MAGAZINE IN NEWS AND WEB REPRINTS
Paying ransom to kidnappers puts Americans even more at risk. --Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.)
a Hill-Billy Ticket
Who else can offer two for one, huh?
MAY 19, 2016 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
In an uprecedented act of either innovation or desperation, Mrs. Clinton abolished the Veep.
So, as you'll recall, we've been promised deja vu, circa 1992ish, by and for all who long for that ultimate Camelot annex, also known as Clinton, Part...
#Bill Clinton #Deja Vu #Hillary Clinton #Ringo Starr #Bridge
A new life for Lolita: one step at a time
MAY 15, 2016 AND MAGAZINE IN SPECIES
Lolita's family needs her, as much as she needs her family
Dim and Dimmer
Why William of Occam may want his razor back.
JULY 17, 2015 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
How many times must the cannonballs fly before they
Our Foreign Policy Adrift
And the rocky shore is getting closer
APRIL 21, 2015 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE
A proxy war against Iran in Yemen, simultaneously siding with Iran and its surrogates in Iraq...
If you want to get an appreciation for just how disastrous and incomprehensible our foreign policy has become, you need only look at the headlines...
#Foreign Policy #Iran #Iraq #Isis #Politics #Terrorism
A Bump in the Road
President Obama referring to the Benghazi incident
MARCH 14, 2015 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
What difference does it make? ---Hillary Clinton
Brian Williams: "I Fibbed"
NBC Nightly News Anchor admits to fudging the truth.
FEBRUARY 5, 2015 AND MAGAZINE IN THE LEFT
I have no daughter. You must be confusing me with our legal correspondent Pete Williams.
Heed the Warning
It is an old lesson: The necessity to remain vigilant
JANUARY 13, 2015 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE
We have attacked, fired upon and dropped depth charges upon submarine...
In the early morning hours of December 7, 1941 in the coastal waters off the island of Oahu, five Japanese midget submarines were launched from the...
#Nuclear #Cia #Foreign Policy #Iraq #Isis #Dhs #Terrorism
The Anatomy of Addiction
No one is more special than another.
FEBRUARY 9, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
There is now scientific evidence which proves that the wiring of an addicts brain is different
Touched by an Angel
Your Intuition:healing the mind & body with spirit
JANUARY 26, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
From an out-of-body near death experience, Maris Moris was told to come back and share her gifts
The new Żubrówka
AUGUST 3, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN FOOD AND DRINK
Anchor Distilling Company's Hophead vodka brings back memories of Żubrówka.
To Russia, with Love
In which Edward S(n)ows his oat(h)s
AUGUST 1, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN ENTERTAINMENT
We knew James Bond, James Bond was a friend of ours; Edward, you're no James Bond.
Senate to Be Fenced In?
House proposes controversial plan to stop immigration bill.
JUNE 27, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN THE LEFT
House Bill 4743 calls for an electrified fence to be built around the North Wing of the Capitol.
The Politics of Fashion
What the Zoot Suit Tells Us About America
JUNE 27, 2013 LOOKS.LOVE IN STYLE
Sometimes fashion crosses the line from a personal style to a social, if not political, statement.
A Literary Experience from Daniel Woodrell
SEPTEMBER 30, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN LITERATURE
Simultaneously dark and vivid, bleak and evocative, haunting and familiar, articulate and reductive.
Aaron Sorkin and the Thrill of Truth
JULY 18, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN THE LEFT
What Sorkin has done is to successfully make careful, meticulous, focused thinking thrilling
Finally the right balance of journalist and entertainer?
APRIL 9, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
Qualified, experienced, educated, fair, balanced, and presentable.
Mike Wallace Dies
Iconic CBS Newsman reshaped news journalism.
APRIL 8, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN NEWS AND WEB REPRINTS
Mike passed away Saturday night in Connecticut at the age of 93.
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