It’s Time To Revisit the Balance Between Freedom and Security

In the wake of last week’s 9/11 remembrances and looking to the upcoming Mideast talks, it is a good time to reflect on what we have learned — and lost — since we took that sucker punch from a small group of al-Qaeda cowards. In the nine years since 9/11, we gave up too manyContinue reading “It’s Time To Revisit the Balance Between Freedom and Security”

Tiger Woods: Master of His Domain

Tiger Woods has become his own cautionary tale, and he’ll make his biggest pitch for redemption yet by playing in the venerable Masters Golf Tournament this week. And what better place to stage his comeback than Augusta National, a place that does not allow women? With its tight security and hometown celebrities like James BrownContinue reading “Tiger Woods: Master of His Domain”

Fox-y Lady: Palin As Politician, Journalist Or Celebrity?

Sarah Palin took a leave of absence from her Russia-watching post in Alaska to become a Fox News contributor. Who could have seen that coming? She represents diversity on Fox as that network’s only non-blonde correspondent. It was either that or become the fashion editor for Field and Stream magazine. As I have said forContinue reading “Fox-y Lady: Palin As Politician, Journalist Or Celebrity?”

Chains We Can Believe In

Home-run record holder Mark McGwire finally came clean on his steroid use in 1998, the year he broke the record. People were shocked; Sammy Sosa’s face turned white as a sheet when he heard. When Alex Rodriguez admitted to taking steroids, he was seeing Madonna. She has always had a thing for baseball players. IContinue reading “Chains We Can Believe In”