May 13, 2013
I was stunned recently while reading an Op-Ed column in The New York Times by an African-American man who lived in Manhattan. The man was in a frenzy of rage because the owner of a delicatessen had mistakenly accused a well-known black actor of shoplifting a loaf of bread.
Apr 4, 2013
In 1979, in Bel-Air, Los Angeles, I spoke at a gathering of GOP women. The other speaker was the former governor of California, Ronald Reagan. On our way out, I offered Gov. Reagan my best wishes on his campaign.
Mar 4, 2013
As I am writing this, a terrible drama is being played out in a remote part of the Sahara Desert of Algeria. A large natural gas field was raided by Islamic terrorists, fashioning themselves, “The Battalion of Blood.”
Jan 14, 2013
This is my last Newsmax column before my next birthday. That will be my 68th birthday, and I can say that I do not like it at all. No, sir, I just don’t like it. But as I look around at life, I am simply awed at the changes that have happened in my lifetime.
Dec 5, 2012
My life is made up in large part of travel and speaking. As a speaker, I get to meet men and women I would never meet in my little cocoons in Beverly Hills, Malibu, and Rancho Mirage, in California; and in Sandpoint, Idaho, and at The Watergate in Washington, D.C.
Nov 7, 2012
A painful night. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan came so close. They worked so incredibly hard. It really brings tears to my old eyes to see it.
Oct 24, 2012
In the early 1970s, I, your servant, had a little black-and-white Panasonic TV when I lived in a Spartan “preceptor’s suite” at what was then College V of the University of California at Santa Cruz. For the first time in my life, I watched a good deal of prime-time TV.
May 1, 2012
Sometimes — no, often — it is hard to believe that it really happened. That I worked in the heart of the Nixon White House, in the bowels of the White House maybe better said, in the darkest and last days of Watergate.