The Federal Government is indiscriminately distributing student loans in spite of the fact that the economy is fragile and tuition costs are rocketing. Published April 28 2012
Hollande scored a slight edge with about 28 percent to Sarkozy’s 26. Now the jostling begins for the real election May 6. Published April 23 2012
The events of April 19 in two different years, 1993 and 1995, are familiar to almost everyone WACO and OKC. One was provoked into action and the other allowed to happen through lack of awareness. Published April 19 2012
A long time liberal activist, Nathan Kleinman decided to move his action to the halls of Congress in Pennsylvania’s 13 District. Published April 19 2012
You think you have seen over the top weddings? Not until you see a glorious Indian wedding celebration. Published April 18 2012
Romney had words of comfort for NRA members at their weekend convention: of course, you need your guns. Published April 18 2012
Satirist Gerald Nachman says the GOP primary is far from over, not with Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich ready to pounce if Mitt Romney makes one false step. Published April 16 2012
Father Browne was on the Titanic for only three days, but his photographs tell a remarkable story. Published April 15 2012
Satirist Nachman takes a look at the “March - April schedule” for Mitt Romney that just might explain how he is becoming a man of the people, showing Romney cares for the little guy. Published April 13 2012
Though it seemed like a pretty piece of movie fiction, it turns out that there was a diamond and sapphire necklace on board the Titanic that fatal night, given to a young girl by her lover. Published April 12 2012
Rising classical music star Ivan Ilic meets the challenge of playing Frédéric Chopin, using only the left hand. Published April 11 2012
“RMS Titanic” she was and titanic the story remains. One-hundred years after her sinking, her story remains alive with its mix of adventure, tragedy, mystery, and romance. Published April 4 2012
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