The news that Kilimanjaro's snow cap is melting completely for the first time in 11,000 years will cause a loud renewal of calls for international environmental legislation… more »
On www.globalpolitician.com, David Storobin (whom I regard very highly as an international political analyst) argues that Iraq War has not been worth its long term strategic cost because of our current difficult and dangerous situation with Iran and… more »
As a brief follow-up to my recent piece on the war, I’d like to point out a couple more very interesting news stories.
First, getting a lot of press is Syria’s announcement that they will leave Lebanon. In an interview with Time Magazine, Syrian… more »
I’m often asked by friends who know I think about this stuff a lot: “Was the war in Iraq worth it?” Most of them know that I thought at the time of invasion that it was, on balance, the right decision. Most of them know I thought the Bush… more »
FDA panel votes to allow continued sale of Cox-2 inhibitors
Vioxx Could Rejoing Painkillers on the Market
Our Nanny State goes much to far in "protecting"… more »
To the Editors:
Ward Churchill's comments comparing 9/11 victims with Nazis were truly repulsive and demonstrative of his ignorance. Furthermore, he should be fired...but not because of those comments. Although it was that essay which brought Churchill… more »
The numbers coming from countries around the Indian Ocean are so large that they leave me, and I suspect others, almost unable to react. I resolve to fight mental numbness.
Many of you know that my younger brother died in May. That was the saddest,… more »
Re: The Bigger Problem, Washington Post Editorial, Dec. 27th 2004.
To the Editors:
It is a pleasure to see the Post come out against an entitlement program. After the Bush… more »