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  • Asking the right God question

    Asking the right God question
    Forget Bill Maher, Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris. These atheists du jour have nothing on the most famous anti-theist of all time. Good old Karl Marx is still the most eloquent and thoughtful nonbeliever, and his "religion is the...
  • The will of the uninformed

    HUGE NUMBERS of Americans don't know jack about their government or politics. According to a Pew Research Center survey released last week, 31% of Americans don't know who the vice president is, fewer than half are aware that Nancy Pelosi is the speaker...
  • Will America ever be a country without debt?

    Will America ever be a country without debt?
    Today's topic: When will Washington ever be able to pay down its overall debt, which is approaching $11 trillion? Given what's happening with the aging population, when might we be in a position to reduce the debt load? Or will we simply count on a...
  • What's ugly?

    In every century, philosophers and artists have supplied definitions of beauty, and thanks to their works, it is possible to reconstruct a history of aesthetic ideas over time. But this did not happen with ugliness. Most of the time, ugliness has been...
  • Its an anti-corporatist life

    Every holiday season my brother and I argue the merits of Frank Capra's "It's a Wonderful Life," never resolving the conflict, just joyously engaging in sibling rivalry under the guise of cultural debate. As Annie Korzen's Op-Ed shows, though, the...
  • 'Make It or Break It' review

    'Make It or Break It' review
    I know a new family-friendly show is doing its job if my kids beg me to play the pilot when their friends are over. So ABC Family, if the numbers for tonight's premiere of “Make It or Break It” are not sky high, well, half the kids in my...
  • A life of 'Senator No'

    Righteous Warrior: Jesse Helms and the Rise of Modern Conservatism By William A. Link St. Martin's, 643 pages, $39.95 The modern conservative movement owes much to the political innovations, persistence and crusades of former five-term Republican U.S....
  • Biden TV interviewer was a joke

     
    by Frank James If journalism schools ever needed a perfect example to show their students of how an interview should never be conducted, it would be the recent encounter between Sen. Joe Biden and Barbara West, an anchor for......
  • Redistribution: McCain channels Drudge

     
    John McCain, speaking in Dayton, has now adopted Drudge's story line of the day, criticizing Obama for a 2001 interview on public radio in Chicago in which he discussed the Supreme Court's hands-off approach toward incorporating "redistributive"...
  • Lawmakers laughed at Geithner plan

     
    by Frank James Wall Street wasn't alone in reacting badly to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner's financial stabilization plan. Last night when Obama administration officials briefed members of Congress on the plan, lawmakers were amused. An excerpt from...
  • Suozzi on revolution: Political treatise, or sales pitch?

     
    "We need a property tax revolution," says Tom Suozzi as he announced his run for a third term, urging citizens to join this "revolution." As long as the topic is revolution, here's a quote from Karl Marx --who wasn't widely......