In his 1986 memoir, Confessions of a Parish Priest, Father Andrew M. Greeley wrote, “I’m a priest. Not a priest-sociologist or a priest-journalist, or a priest-novelist, or any multiple variation of those hyphenates. I’m a priest, a parish priest. The other things I do … Read More
One is the loneliest number…
…especially when you happen to be in a voting majority with your political colleagues, but those same colleagues are too timid to pull their extremist members back in line.
Senator John McCain took to the floor of the Senate last … Read More
Lucky Leo’s is back!
The boardwalks are back, and so are many of the beaches in Seaside Heights. After being devastated by Hurricane Sandy last October, this “Jersey shore is open for the summer and ready to receive our customers,” Governor Chris Christie said during … Read More
With baseball season underway, it’s time once again, to consult with the fact checkers to see who stretches the truth and who knocks it out of the park.
While the White House certainly has enough of its own questions to answer between Benghazi, the IRS … Read More
Whenever we get fussed-up by the trials, tribulations, wants, needs, hopes, dreams, frustrations, tragedies, challenges, the President, Congress, Fox News, MSNBC, (fill in your own blank), not to mention our own egos, we should all take a moment to step back and get a little … Read More
America’s young adults are dealing with a lackluster job market, political gridlock in Washington and uncertainty about their country’s role on the global stage. Despite these challenges, veteran pollster John Zogby argues that America’s “First Global” generation has an outward-looking perspective that may be its … Read More
Lots to discuss, so let’s get to it.
The Straight Dope –
Years ago, I was given a book with that title by a close friend. It offered straight-forward answers to straight-forward questions. Based on the recent release of e-mails between the White House, CIA … Read More