Obama has spent two years trying too timidly to do too much. Even his successes are failures. Published October 29 2010
Why does Christine O'Donnell think we care as much about creationism as about taxes? Must be something in the tea. Published October 20 2010
A quarter of the adults in Louisana can't read this sentence and that's a crime, but do we really want to build our economy around them? Published October 19 2010
Sharron Angle and her pastor share an Obama-Wright moment, and it's just a taste of things to come for the GOP Published October 8 2010
The South Fulton house fire says less about the Tea Party and Republicans than about mushy thinking. Published October 7 2010
James Picht is an economist, a husband, and a father. He's also a former music major and classically trained pianist, a church organist, and a part-time jewelry maker. He thought he wanted to be a scientist and got a ...Read More
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