America has not gotten soft. Our political leadership is soft headed. Published September 30 2011
Send in three bucks and you can win a dinner with Barack Obama. Published September 29 2011
Andy Rooney was like everyone's old uncle. Curmudgeonly and whimsical. Published September 28 2011
Village Voice chief theater critic, Michael Feingold, promotes the final solution. Published September 26 2011
Herman Cain came the backstretch an took the GOP Florida straw poll. Published September 24 2011
How long should capital punishment cases drag on? Years? Decades? Forever? Published September 23 2011
Claims that the wealthy are not paying their fair share in taxes is a bright and shining lie. Published September 21 2011
They are the cause of all our problems. We all know who they are. They are them. Published September 20 2011
A new wave of hatred, prejudice, and bias towards a small minority is being advocated by the administration and their merchants of poison. Published September 19 2011
Haley Tanner's first novel an appealing love story for readers of all ages. Published September 17 2011
If you see something say something. Be a squealer for AttackWatch. Published September 15 2011
Is NY 9 a harbinger of doom for the Democrats? Published September 14 2011
Paul Krugman's blog post in the New York Times was a stain on commemoration of 9/11. Published September 13 2011
“There are eight million stories in the Naked City.” Published September 12 2011
The fear mongers and their merchants of poison are using fear and doubt to engineer our consent to their disastrous economic polices. Published September 11 2011
The president announces his 447 billion magnum jobs bill. The most powerful jobs bill in the world. Will it make your day? Published September 9 2011
The president is going to give another speech about jobs. More words, no action. The real action comes after. Football. Published September 7 2011
Peter Bella is a retired Chicago Police Officer, freelance photographer, freelance writer, budding videographer, and passionate cook. He aims to be the sharp stick that pokes and annoys. The Middle Class Guy is a political column written from a center-right ...Read More
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