We are in the midst of an investigation of Russia's apparent meddling in America's electoral process. Do we need a war to distract us?
I find it odd that the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum is slated to officially open on the tenth anniversary of the "Mission Accomplished" speech. Really. I don't know why the Bush team chose this date. It can't be coincidental. It's not just any old anniversary, it's the tenth anniversary, so I assume they... Continue Reading →
It has been many years since I was taught how to duck under my school desk at the first sign of a nuclear explosion. I imagined it would be like an enormous camera flash coming into the schoolhouse, etching the silhouette of the windows on the far wall. I wondered how the teacher would escape the falling... Continue Reading →
There are members of Congress, such as John McCain, who would like us to remember the last decade differently. They would like us to remember the Iraq war as a success. Before a whitewash covers the reality of what happened, we should take a moment to review the facts of the origin and outcome of... Continue Reading →