Nov 14, 2013
Jordan's young Queen Rania Abdullah, a Palestinian, put her finger on the detonator of everything from local to national to regional to global frustrations.
Nov 8, 2013
The excesses of Wall Street and the growing wealthy/poor divide have made a mighty contribution to New York's big swing to the left.
Oct 29, 2013
How the lay person navigating the worldwide Web without a bullfeathers detector can tell right from wrong, serious commentators from charlatans, is beyond me.
Oct 16, 2013
As the White House and Congress flirt with irrelevancy, anger is building throughout the country over what appears to be a dysfunctional government and defective sinews.
Oct 8, 2013
In the realm of geopolitics, the U.S. federal shutdown was good news for Russian leaders and worrisome for China's. In Beijing, Chinese leaders, for the time being, don't wish to rock the boat of economic relations with the United States.
Sep 17, 2013
From the hard right, we hear alternating allegations that U.S. President Barack Obama is both the Manchurian Candidate — the sinister embodiment of evil, a brain-washed puppet of the far left — or that he is Inspector Clouseau, the bumbling police detective.
Sep 4, 2013
Eighty percent of Americans asked say they favor a pivot — but it isn't to Syria.
Aug 7, 2013
The enemy now knows that a simple message of disinformation about a major al-Qaida terrorist operation will close U.S. embassies from North Africa to the Middle East to the Arabian Peninsula.