By Ed Gross Although you might not guess it if you’ve read other columns of mine, I like nothing better than to make people laugh. I love humor of all […]
The presidential campaign of 2008 is proving to be the most exhilarating political event within memory. Most eye-catching and inspiring is, of course, the Democratic side, with the inevitability that either a woman or an African-American will be the presidential nominee. It’s a novel, surprising, if not astonishing turn of events, which could not be more exciting if some master political operative in the sky had planned it that way.
The humorist, Will Rogers, once said that “Nothing changes like the past.” And he was assuredly right. Those who interpret history cannot avoid injecting their own values and interests into […]
By Dr. Joe Chuman Referring to the prerequisites of a free society, Thomas Jefferson in 1820 wrote the following. “I know no safe depository of the ultimate powers of the […]