Air America is new view in radio

April 1, 2004
If I ever find myself lost on a deserted island in the company of three other people, it’s safe to say that the chances of my survival would be slim to none if those other people were Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh. Although I am sure that they are perfectly amicable people underneath »

Nader’s issue-oriented campaign lacks inspiration

March 4, 2004
When it comes to relationships, the saying goes “two is company and three’s a crowd.” When it comes to politics, the 2000 presidential race proved that the same saying holds true for the American electoral process, and it may again be the case for the 2004 election. Less than two weeks ago, Ralph Nader, the »

On education, Dems can follow Kerry

February 19, 2004
Saturday, Jan. 20, 2001: As the rain drizzled down over the capital, the 43rd President of the United States was sworn in, and Bill Clinton, the charismatic leader who had presided over the country for eight prosperous years, bid us a fond farewell. Sitting in front of the television, I watched with great sadness as »

Dems. teach Bush south hospitality

February 5, 2004
On Sunday, the country witnessed the great North-South divide again as the New England Patriots took on the Carolina Panthers. Happily, the division lasted only about four hours and all that was at stake this time was a Super Bowl title and trophy. Yet, within our political system, the divide continues to widen as the »

Caucus coverage is the newest reality TV

January 22, 2004
Monday evening, five men battled in freezing temperatures and snow for a chance to win the world’s ultimate job. It might sound like an attempt by one of the major networks to pump out yet another reality show that is a cross between “Survivor” and “The Apprentice,” but this I assure you, was reality television »