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  • Perry gets it: GOP needs black voters

    Perry gets it: GOP needs black voters
    I applaud Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry's call for the Grand Old Party to patch up its differences with African-Americans, among other voters of color. Although I eagerly wait to hear how he would follow up his words with deeds, lip service is better than no service at all.
  • How Greek was Alexander the Great?

    How Greek was Alexander the Great?
    Alexander the Great was the first global celebrity: a hero, a superman and, so he believed, a god. Not only did he rule most of the known world at the time of his death in 323 BC, he also became a model of paranoid absolutism for all the Caesars and...

    Trump is a bad deal for the GOP

     Trump is a bad deal for the GOP
    Poor Donald Trump. It wasn't supposed to be like this. For years, wherever The Donald went, he met people who told him he should run for president. His retinue of sycophants surely saw little to gain from explaining that "birthers," celebrity-...

    Are beautiful, funny women really that hard to find?

    "In the history of the motion picture business, the number of beautiful, really beautiful women — a Lucille Ball — that are funny, is impossible to find," former Disney CEO Michael Eisner┬ásaid in a conversation about mindfulness, of all...

    Same-sex marriage ruling a dire threat to religious groups

    Same-sex marriage ruling a dire threat to religious groups
    The world isn't coming to an end now that same-sex marriage is legal in all states. But the way that the U.S. Supreme Court forced this historic change on everyone is a clear, present and grave danger. In Obergefell v. Hodges, the court unnecessarily...