Jonathan Menitove
Facing scrutiny, Cheney is a liability to re-election

When was the last time, aside from the State of the Union address, that you saw Dick Cheney? The vice president has largely remained invisible […]

Rebuttal message is worst start to 2004 election

While the president’s State of the Union address on Jan. 20 has been the subject of much press scrutiny (including in this paper — Zach […]

Prescription drug bill is bad deal, political ruse

The current form of the legislation jeopardizes the health care coverage of millions of seniors. Currently in the United States, 12 million seniors enjoy retirement […]

Forty years later, we must recall JFK’s legacy

Forty years ago, on Nov. 22, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. Of course, all of our parents remember when they heard […]

Senate is ignored, but in peril for 2004

While everyone is aware of the presidential election that will occur next November, there is more to the 2004 elections than initially meets the eye. […]

Recall puts Calif. in play in 2004

There is more to California’s recall election than meets the eye. Personally, I was deeply perturbed by the result. Yes, I was dismayed that the […]

Changes steer America wrong way

America is becoming unrecognizable. There are times when I read the newspaper or watch television and am horrified by the changing face of our nation. […]

Wesley Clark: A liberal who can beat Bush

On Wednesday, Sept. 17, Gen. Wesley Clark announced his intentions to seek the Democratic nomination for the presidency of the United States. That afternoon’s address […]