No, not that change. We already know that in 11 days, former Illinois Senator Barack Obama will become the 44th President of the United States.
I’m talking about a few other changes taking place in Washington.
Former Idaho Senator Larry Craig has (finally!) … Read More
Years ago, long before the Tonight Show, Johnny Carson hosted a game show in which couples were brought on stage. The man would be asked a series of questions and offered a choice: he could either answer the question himself, or trust his wife … Read More
Looking at two recent films, I was struck not only by the similarities in deception but how the underlying aspect of fear transports individuals to act in unethical ways.
Frost-Nixon is about the final disintegration of a man’s character. (For some, that would be assuming … Read More
The events surrounding Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich’s decision to appoint a replacement to the United States Senate seat previously held by President-elect Barack Obama grows denser and unnecessarily more controversial.
The New York Times reported (Jan. 1) that Gov. Blagojevich “…had an emissary make a … Read More