Sunday, October 24 2004
Washington, DC ain't for the faint-hearted. This is the school of hard knocks, baby. In DC, they eat politicians, lawyers, and other movers-and-shakers for breakfast. New York has nothing over DC.
Monday, May 1 2006
Their best anchors gone, now, their viewership bailing for Internet sources, US network news programs find themselves drifting.
Tuesday, March 7 2006
Will audiences bond with the new blond bond? Or will this Bond bomb?
Wednesday, September 28 2005
We've all got to die someday. 'Till then, why not light(en) up?
Sunday, July 24 2005
A joke among Iranian exiles is that since the revolution, Iran takes one step forward and three steps back. With Ahmadinejad's election, it appears Iran is doing this shuffle, again.
Tuesday, May 31 2005
Taghizadeh defends Al Jazeera, the best source for news from and for the Arab world.
Monday, September 20 2004
Von Hoffman rings the death knell for the 'American Century', claiming that despite its current braggadocio and so-called victories in Afghanistan and Iraq, the US has failed in its effort to bring any stability to the region.
Monday, August 9 2004
Pearson and Maloney credit the success of both the magazine and the book to the original motto: that of successfully 'blurring the lines between education and entertainment'.
Monday, April 26 2004
Henry Kissinger once said that the best thing about celebrity is that when you bore people, they think it's their fault. But what happens if celebrities bore each other?"
Monday, February 23 2004
Perhaps the most telling sentence in the book is at the very beginning: 'Religious terrorism arises from pain and loss and from impatience with a God who is slow to respond to our plight, who doesn't answer.'"
Monday, November 10 2003
These guys were the first to embody the definition of "cool," and no entertainer since has managed to successfully emulate or capture their powerful allure.