Personalities

José Andrés is the celebrity chef known round the world, not just for his popular cuisines, but as commander-in-chef and founder of World Central Kitchen.

Not only does he go to countries ravaged by hurricanes and floods, he literally feeds millions. “Nearly two … Read More

The only time I watch Fox News is when Shepard Smith is the anchor for the mid-day news, the factual news, the honest new, not the distortions put forth by those so-called opinion guys on the network.

It really isn’t surprising that the vast majority … Read More

Deal with the Devil

Wednesday’s commentary was an attempt to put a light spin on what has grown into a clear constitutional crisis amid the silence of most Republicans.

After Trump’s surprise announcement that he will pull American troops from Syria and abandon not only the Kurds who are … Read More

THIS … IS… JEOPARDY!

“Here are today’s contestants: “He’s the millionaire Utah Senator who ran for president and lost… say hello to… Mitt Romney; she’s the 20-year Senator from Maine, Susan Collins. And finally, she’s the freshman Wyoming Representative whose father once served as vice-president… say hello to… LizRead More

It Gets Worse

When Donald Trump “tweeted” his inane remarks about being a “stable genius,” or his 89 tweets regarding President Obama’s birth certificate, few took his buffoonery seriously.

As president, however, that buffoonery has become considerably darker and knows no limits. “I want to know who’s the … Read More

On July 23, 1974, Republican Congressman Lawrence Hogan held a press conference to explain why he was calling for the impeachment of Richard Nixon.

In a story that would easily garner a place in John Kennedy’s Profiles in Courage, had it been written later, … Read More

The Cancer

“I began by telling the president that there was a cancer growing on the presidency and that if the cancer was not removed the president himself would be killed by it.” – John Dean, counsel to President Richard Nixon, in testimony to a Senate subcommittee, … Read More