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Meanwhile, Back in Afghanistan

With Al Qaeda and the Taliban on the rise in a country we supposedly “liberated,” Bush is cynically hoping Afghanistan will once again recede from the global stage into unseen anarchy.

Posted on Jan 17, 2006 READ MORE
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Fear Factor: Jack Bauer is Back


Season five of the hit show “24” opens with a four-part stunner, a thwarted terrorist attack and a true-life nightmare of a new president.

Posted on Jan 17, 2006 READ MORE

Bachelet: Si y No

The election of Socialist pediatrician Michelle Bachelet as president is good news for the people of Chile. Especially given the alternatives.

Posted on Jan 16, 2006 READ MORE

The Bestselling Fake True Story

Memoirist-fraud James Frey brings out the big gun on “Larry King Live.”

Posted on Jan 12, 2006 READ MORE

Bush on Bin Laden’s Satellite Phone: Wrong Again

Bush rolled out an old canard about Bin Laden and the media rolled over.  An inside look at the sticking power of a falsehood.

Posted on Jan 10, 2006 READ MORE

Betraying the Reagan Revolution

What irony that those once young Republicans, who hectored their elders about being more vigilant in defending the nation’s taxpayers and security forces, should end up accused of deeply betraying both.

Posted on Jan 10, 2006 READ MORE

Exit Howard Stern, Enter Possibility

Howard Stern’s move to Sirius just might change the radio business for good. But will the change be for the better? James Harris reports.

Posted on Jan 9, 2006 READ MORE

Allen’s Auteur Dilemma

In “Match Point,” Woody Allen abandons his quirky cosmos for beauty and treachery. Sheerly Avni explores why greatness continues to elude the self-effacing filmmaker.

Posted on Jan 8, 2006 READ MORE

Pat Robertson and Theodicy ad Absurdum

No sooner had Ariel Sharon been rushed to the hospital with a “significant stroke” than the Rev. Pat Robertson informed the viewers of his cable TV 700 Club that this was God’s punishment for Sharon’s decision to unilaterally withdraw from Gaza.

Posted on Jan 7, 2006 READ MORE

Baseball? That Ain’t Hood

African Americans are abandoning baseball in droves. But should we care?

Posted on Jan 3, 2006 READ MORE

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