|Vol XXXVII No. 112
Thursday, March 20, 2003
God isn't American
Here We Go Again ...
I'm a pacifist. There aren't many occasions on which I'd support a war, and the current occasion is certainly not one. One of the things that annoys me most about the current situation are the people who accuse me, and others ... [more]
A look at war from Washington D.C.
Now that war is upon us, perspectives on how we could have avoided conflict or on how we should have come to it sooner abound. Nowhere is this truer (other than in The Observer) than here in the District of Columbia. ... [more]
'Twas almost parietals
'Twas 'most two in the morning, and all through the hall The students were stirring, awake one and all; Anxious they waited, like wild beasts in their lairs, In hopes that the hour soon would be there; The coeds were nestled ... [more]
Defending the reckless cowboy
class of '95
I have something to say to anyone else who accuses President Bush of being a reckless cowboy as Ed Cohen did in his March 19 letter: "See Men Shredded, Then Say You Don't Back War." That line, by the way, was ... [more]
An abusive relationship with Hollywood
I'm trapped in an abusive relationship with Hollywood. I'm in love, but for some time now Hollywood has been treating me very badly: abusing my trust, insulting my intelligence and taking my money. Some people are temperamentally inclined to see decline ... [more]
Senior Staff Writer
Children's parents collect a lot of things that show their children's successes — trophies, medals, photographs, scholarship letters, acceptance letters. They keep scrapbooks with grade school diplomas and tickets from honors dinners. They watch clips of winning passes in football games ... [more]