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08/01/06: Sometimes survival gets a bit noisy
07/28/06: Keeping the trust is the first order
07/25/06: Paying the price for moderation
07/21/06: The grousing begins about what's next
07/18/06: A slip of the tongue can tell you a lot
07/14/06: Looking for trouble, the thugs find it
07/11/06: No orange blossoms, just more lawyers
07/07/06: Once more in Korea, a dear old scam
07/05/06: South of the border, some good news
06/30/06: The missing troops on the border
06/28/06: A public hanging might be overkill
06/23/06: Inconvenient truth about global warming
06/20/06: A break, maybe, for the illegals
06/13/06: Whatever happened to the blowhard?
06/09/06: Some good news, and no asterisks
06/05/06: Some straight talk about privilege
05/30/06: The yahoos revolt, and bigots vanish
05/26/06: Living a good life outside the law
05/23/06: The Church Lady, with a hot flash
05/19/06: A word that dare not say its name
05/16/06: This skirmish goes to Corporate Wing
05/12/06: Just the circus, and no elephants
05/09/06: A modest proposal: Save America first
05/05/06: Jose, can you see in all that glare?
05/02/06: Bubba rides again — in Old Blighty
04/28/06: Seeking the fixers, but they R us
04/25/06: Uncle George lifts a lamp at the door
04/21/06: A political world turned upside down
04/18/06: Paying the bill for goofing off
04/17/06: Rallying the troops with a timid cry
04/11/06: A little warming, a lot of hysteria
04/07/06: ‘Furl that flag,’ for 'tis leery
04/04/06: Only more chaos will preserve order
03/31/06: How to intimidate Republican senators
03/28/06: The straight talk nobody hears
03/24/06: Sacking Jesus, saving a convert
03/21/06: A tough old cuss with a hard head
03/17/06: When a carrot stings like a stick
03/14/06: Great Mentioner goes to Memphis
03/10/06: Looking for virtue in a wrong place
03/07/06: Looking for virtue in a wrong place
03/03/06: It's not a holiday, but it beats Dodge
02/28/06: Something useful from a blunder
02/24/06: Taking a chance on love for sale
02/21/06: Putting our trust in eager emirs
02/17/06: Free speech takes a British pounding
02/14/06: The boys of ‘Scoop,’ hot on the hunt
02/10/06: Picking the right provocation
02/07/06: Western wimps missing chance to teach important lesson
01/31/06: Trying to look tough with terrorists
01/27/06: Indulging the romance of a lost cause
01/24/06: The victory laps for Sam Alito
01/20/06: Some big talk from the bug cave
01/17/06: Here we go again; Is anybody coming?
01/13/06: Soap and a scrub, a wink and a smile
01/10/06: A grand day for strut and splutter
01/06/06: Looking for virtue in a wrong place
01/03/06: Can this scandal finally be saved?
12/30/05: Horror in Hollywood — it's not a movie
12/27/05: A few sour notes from Hollywood
12/20/05: A matter of trust, a duty to verify
12/16/05: Down on the levee, a little good news
12/13/05: A vigil of agony in California
12/09/05: White flags on the road to ‘peace’
12/06/05: Out of the bunker and into the fray
12/02/05: Driving Dems off the cliff
11/29/05: A tiny ray of light in New Orleans
11/25/05: Pastepot princesses are important, too
11/22/05: The dark drama of the living dead
11/18/05: Mortuary Bob exposes another cover-up
11/15/05: The mean trick on the critics
11/11/05: Ominous fluttering in the henhouse
11/08/05: No more lessons from French tutors
11/04/05: Tuesday's big test for the Terminator
10/27/05: The left gets what it asked for
10/27/05: Time to bring in two slices of ham
10/21/05: Maybe it's time for a little peace
10/20/05: Here's real terror, in a bird's eye
10/14/05: The rising chorus, sour notes all
10/11/05: Stuffing a goose for Mardi Gras
10/07/05: If it won't compute, order a do-over
10/06/05: Frustrating friends, inviting enemies
09/30/05: The scent of fear hangs in the air
09/27/05: When peace ain't what it used to be
09/23/05: Revelation in the eye of the storm
09/20/05: George and Bubba, just like old times
09/16/05: Heroes of the storm abound in the land
09/13/05: When the flood empties the ATM
09/09/05: Opportunity knocks for the knockers
09/06/05: Not much traction with the abuse
09/02/05: The blame game can start now
08/27/05: Guarding the rights of the states
08/27/05: Loose lips, tin pots and loud mouths
08/23/05: Seeking a strategy in gloom and doom
08/22/05: In an angry land, a promised redeemed
08/16/05: Difficult to find a common characteristic among terrorists?
08/12/05: Consoling a mother is never easy
08/09/05: Why Rove must kill the Internet
08/05/05: It's a day to thank Harry Truman again
08/02/05: The creepiness of fake diversity
08/01/05: The creepiness of fake diversity
07/26/05: Yea, and a child shall lead the way
07/22/05: When even Borking might not work
07/19/05: The summer squall is hard upon us
07/11/05: Something nice for a good buddy
07/05/05: Slaking a thirst with a fire hose
07/04/05: When the law gets big for its pants
06/21/05: When good news is bad news
06/20/05: The master plan for party suicide
06/15/05: On the scout with the Apology Patrol
06/13/05: The totally awesome Governor Dean
06/07/05: The sawdust trail at Guantanamo
06/03/05: The ‘scoops’ still rain on Watergate
05/31/05: Puzzling out the meaning of no
05/27/05: A grand regiment, even in retreat
05/25/05: Psssst. You wanna hear a good insult?
05/23/05: Terminating swag, blighting the lotus
05/17/05: The future intrudes in L.A. (maybe)
05/13/05: The layered panic in the streets
05/10/05: Lest we forget, ‘trust but verify’
05/06/05: A timid, grudging Churchillian choice
05/03/05: And now a word from the soreheads
04/29/05: Life gets tough on memory lane
04/26/05: Past time to get down and dirty
04/22/05: The really friendly skies of Pan Am
04/18/05: Trying to play the Jesus card
04/12/05: Scaring Republicans is this week's game
04/08/05: Not quite a fake, but inaccurate
04/05/05: Sam's small pants saves the republic
04/04/05: The story ends, the story begins
03/30/05: A modern version of ‘the hot squat’
03/28/05: The worms triumph and a woman dies
03/23/05: Mr. Fox's elephant at the summit
03/21/05: The nursing home for tired nations
03/16/05: Playing Ping-pong with Condi Rice
03/14/05: The big shake-up of the easy riders
03/09/05: Scouting for votes in the barnyard
03/07/05: With Democrats on the high ground
03/02/05: The earth moves, thousands cheer
02/25/05: A lot of blowing for not very much
02/23/05: A little hysteria and a killer bug
02/21/05: Passionate pallor struggles in L.A.
02/15/05: Breaking bones with the Terminator
02/11/05: The big hand for a few real heroes
02/01/05: Can't anybody here play this game?
01/28/05: The bright light amidst dim bulbs
01/25/05: A little good news from the abyss
01/21/05: No nation building, but a world awaits
01/18/05: The grim nightmare of secular hysterics
01/14/05: No time for chiefs in this man's Army
01/11/05: The little Moonvies take the sacking
01/11/05: Thanking Allah for the infidels
01/04/05: Kofi gets a cuddle from his friends
12/31/04: Look who's talking about ‘stingy’
12/21/04: The moving finger must write, in ink
12/20/04: The long goodbye by the soreheads
12/14/04: In a blue state, a little relief
12/10/04: We're not supposed to notice the aroma
12/07/04: Cheer, cheer for old Siwash U.
12/03/04: Cutting no slack for Romans and Rebels
11/30/04: Wanted: a bottom with ego to match
11/29/04: Not every turkey is not for dinner
11/24/04: Giving no quarter for cut throats
11/19/04: Presidential dreamin' down on the river
11/16/04: The harsh theology of the elites
11/12/04: A scoundrel gone, and good riddance
11/10/04: Driving the blues from Jesusland
11/08/04: And why shouldn't we gloat?
11/01/04: Even yellow dogs are exhausted
10/29/04: There's no surprise for this October
10/26/04: Running on empty is not an option
10/22/04: A steadying hand, missing in actionc
10/19/04: Polls and polls — too soon to panic
10/15/04: Streaking toward the silly season
10/13/04: Trying to outsource the president's job
10/11/04: A schoolyard brawl, and none too soon
10/06/04: How to eliminate the heebie-jeebies
10/04/04: Time to decide who we want to be
09/27/04: Stinging Kerry with the luck of the Irish
09/21/04: Blowing hard, glowing red
09/20/04: The Kerry insult of the Guard
09/10/04: Kerry's hot pursuit of demons and worms
09/07/04: Time to wake up the girlie men
09/03/04: A point of honor, but no dueling
08/31/04: Lots of sinners, but no sawdust
08/27/04: Thanks for helping, now I'll sue you
08/20/04: The questions that won't go away
08/17/04: Seeking a martyr in a squalid place
08/13/04: Stiffing your friends for your enemies
08/10/04: Tracking Lt. Kerry down in the delta
08/06/04: The futile assault of the girlie men
08/03/04: Sometimes a war can get personal
07/30/04: And now to test the honeymoon
07/29/04: A long goodbye to the Kennedys
07/27/04: An unconventional Ladies' Day
07/23/04: Finding meaning in Sandy's pants
07/20/04: Hating the crime, hating the criminal
07/16/04: It's payback time, but who's paying?
07/13/04: The dumbest idea of the season
07/12/04: Nothing says lovin' like a little huggin'
07/06/04: A grave offense against the faith
07/02/04: Tall Turkish tales, affirmative amnesia
06/25/04: A good day's work by the Supremes
06/25/04: Just like old times with Bill and Al
06/22/04: A little whitewash for pesky facts
06/18/04: A man for the ages belongs to the ages
06/15/04: The class reunion for ‘Forty-one’
06/11/04: The imperfect idyll of Saddam Hussein
06/08/04: The virulent venom of frustrated rage
06/01/04: The enduring legacy to a generation
05/28/04: Staying in love by staying apart
05/25/04: The perfect storm, aimed at Boston
05/21/04: When Saddam meets Jerry Springer
05/18/04: Hitching a ride, lovebug style
05/14/04: A little night music in the heartland
05/11/04: What did they know? When did they care?
05/07/04: He said the word. Who's sorry now?
05/05/04: Taking a ba'ath with the enemy
04/30/04: Sometimes a war can ruin dinner
04/27/04: The Monsieur takes a ride in a tank
04/23/04: The lesson missed in the graveyard
04/20/04: A terminating idea from California
04/16/04: A little assurance for everyone
04/14/04: Is war a place for a tofu president?
04/09/04: A dishy schoolmarm gets the good lines
04/08/04: Enough to drive Democrats to drink
04/05/04: The lively ghosts that haunt Monsieur Kerry
03/30/04: Now we can lay us down to sleep
03/26/04: The public tantrum of a bureaucrat
03/23/04: A sheik departs, very, very quickly
03/19/04: The rage of Paris, but sour at home
03/17/04: Bearing the burden, paying the price
03/15/04: Here comes Hillary, but not to rescue
03/09/04: Saving the streets from Martha Stewart
03/05/04: Fishing for a veep in a shallow pool
03/02/04: A voodoo venture in nation-building
02/27/04: The Love Sponge seeks a refuge
02/20/04: Looking to break a losing streak
02/17/04: When trouble comes in 57 varieties
02/13/04: A new patriotism, such as it is
02/10/04: A promise keeper spooks the pols
02/06/04: Trying to mount a dead horse
02/03/04: A Muslim campaign to erase stereotypes
01/30/04: Uneasy rides the pol on a skittish horse
01/27/04: Looking for holes in the bloody shirt
01/23/04: The perils of chasing election-day phantoms
01/20/04: Reading the caution in the returns
01/16/04: Is there another inevitable nominee?
01/14/04: A disillusioned dog ponders the party
01/12/04: Inviting contempt with this amnesty
01/05/04: Learning to sweat the important stuff
01/05/04: A familiar dilemma on the pothead left
12/30/03: We're all supposed to be dead by now
12/26/03: Moving south on the sawdust trail
12/24/03: A deadly attack of the goo-goo
12/22/03: The Terminator meets his match
12/12/03: Blowing some smoke at the border
12/09/03: Keeping the options close at hand
12/02/03: Hating George Bush, and loving it
11/28/03: Now to sabotage the sinking ship
11/21/03: A band of brothers, challenged again
11/19/03: London's gathering of the clang
11/17/03: The Pundit Primary has a winner
11/07/03: Our Saudi friends get a lesson
11/07/03: A word to Dixie: Drop dead, please
11/04/03: When the wise guys aren't very wise
10/31/03: The good news is the economy, stupid
10/29/03: It's getting late for the rescue
10/27/03: Shall we silence the Christians?
10/23/03: In these precincts, no olive branch
10/15/03: Waiting to amend the Constitution
10/21/03: A harsh new reality for the Middle East
10/13/03: The right and proper thing to do
10/07/03: Gropers and gripers down to the wire
10/03/03: A tight squeeze for the Terminator
10/01/03: A slight pause for course correction
09/29/03: A stand for bravery when politics calls
09/24/03: A rubdown can't cure everything
09/22/03: Wesley Clark may actually think he's running for president
09/17/03: The job too big for a general
09/15/03: The patriot's game in a time of war
09/10/03: Panzers, pop guns and easy riders
09/08/03: A little help now from our friends
09/04/03: The Hillary wagon begins to roll
09/02/03: When saying goodbye means good riddance
08/28/03: Trapping the unwary with false security
08/12/03: A crushed coup and a second chance
08/08/03: Twinklers, nuts and holy high rollers
08/05/03: Wannabe a governor? California's calling
07/30/03: Saving the game from the sewer
07/28/03: To hell and gone with the Dems
07/22/03: Avert your eyes: Candidates at work
07/18/03: Ready or not, here come Bill and Hillary
07/15/03: The fearsome reality of the surreal
07/11/03: The times get tough, and it's time to punt
07/08/03: The barracks bellyache is an art of war
07/01/03: The critic catches tax-cut fever
06/27/03: When racism is oh, so refined
06/24/03: Let's be fairer to some than to others
06/20/03: The 57 varieties of John Kerry
06/18/03: Yellow dogs and Miss Nightingale
06/09/03: Ma Clinton's turn to wear the pants
06/04/03: You want the news? Write it yourself
06/02/03: Thanks, Ski-nose, for the memories
05/27/03: Once upon a time, in a vanished land
05/23/03: When life is just a bowl of beans
05/20/03: The wake-up call to banish visions
05/16/03: A deadly gift from our Saudi friends
05/13/03: 'Call us peaceful, or you die'
05/09/03: Abandoned on the dock, drowning in tears
05/06/03: When fanatics wear an ugly face
05/02/03: Can't anybody here read a road map?
04/29/03: News bulletin just in: We're all going to die
04/25/03: Cruising the river with the crow-eaters
04/22/03: The hurt feelings of our Froggie pals
04/14/03: It's better to be rich than sick
04/08/03: Different strokes for the allies
04/04/03: The French insult to shock and awe
04/01/03: When we got it bad, that was really good
03/28/03: Sending the women to save the suits
03/26/03: Fighting the war without a scratch
03/24/03: The scary prospect of American success
03/18/03: The clock runs out for the evil tyrant
03/14/03: If war breaks out, let's blame the Jews
03/11/03: Chirac's girlie game, revealed at last
03/07/03: We're running out of ways to say 'evil'
03/04/03: A gift from Heaven, but not in French
02/28/03: Nothing left to say in this argument
02/26/03: What a cold way to treat a lady
02/22/03: As pesky as France, but with better wine
02/19/03: When can the judge watch the machine?
02/14/03: Evidence to curdle a lot of cheese
02/12/03: Weapons too awful even to think about
02/10/03: Maybe room enough for the freeloaders
02/06/03: Teddy bears be gone with a war at hand
02/03/03: The fresh new wind, blowin' George's way
01/29/03: Not enough splendor for the inspectors
01/27/03: The clock ticks down on our brave 'allies'
01/22/03: The big gas attack on Washington
01/17/03: An 'A' for effort, as far as it goes
01/15/03: On second thought, he's not so bad
01/13/03: When life gets tough, find a hidey hole
01/07/03: The dog bites when the hissing stops
01/03/03: We're fairer to some than to others
12/30/02: Winter wishes and big summer dreams
12/20/02: A Southern strategy for the Democrats
12/17/02: The soggy remains of a 'landslide'
12/13/02: Sending the Senate back to deadlock
12/09/02: Clearing the air over Baghdad
12/04/02: Some stout sermons need a little salt
12/02/02: Some helpful hints for Tom and Al
11/27/02: Not a dreamboat, a bug-squasher
11/25/02: The super snoops are out to get you
11/19/02: Hard lessons from dead white men
11/15/02: From San Francisco, an answer to prayer
11/12/02: A counterfeit assault on human dignity
11/08/02: The earth moved, even for dinosaurs
11/05/02: Making a footrace of a runaway
11/01/02: Rallying the corpses for the Dems
10/29/02: Connecting the dots in the sniper's tale
10/25/02: Saved from terror, but not ingratitude
10/23/02: True confessions, and making out
10/21/02: More hard cheese from our 'allies'
10/17/02: A partisan struggle to help George W.
10/14/02: But this time, Boss, we've got it right
10/09/02: A burning issue for the guvvies
10/07/02: Sweet remembrance of hysteria past
10/02/02: No tolerance for an Arkansas sinner
09/30/02: No politics, please: We're campaigning
09/25/02: Now the fun begins for Herr Schroeder
09/23/02: Restoring suspense to election night
09/18/02: A clear call to arms, and men follow
09/13/02: Finally, George W. speaks for himself
09/09/02: A modest proposal to pay for the war
09/04/02: The rousing chorus of Nervous Nellies
08/30/02: A president woos, best not to watch
08/28/02: Nothing silly about cooling a frenzy
08/26/02: Miss Bonnie and Clod, staying in the news
08/21/02: A dead mouse on the sawdust trail
08/19/02: A woman's work has to be done
08/14/02: The 'phony war' of sweet summer
08/12/02: Our Saudi friends, so eager to help
08/08/02: The grim summer of abducted children
08/05/02: The road to Baghdad: Get a map right here
07/26/02: The tale of grief, as told in two cities
07/24/02: A corpse or not, his time is gone
07/22/02: Terror-fighting tip from North Korea
07/18/02: Gone with the war, a myth in Arabia
07/15/02: Climbing down with the White House
07/10/02: No criticism, please, we're bureaucrats
07/08/02: Big daddy rides to the rescue
07/05/02: No backing down on this one
07/02/02: No backing down on this one
06/28/02: Whose side do we think we're on?
06/26/02: Does a beard make a Baptist a terrorist
06/24/02: The hideous physics of the 'suicide state'
06/19/02: The golden perk of the presidency
06/17/02: When fear attempts to take a shortcut
06/11/02: Secessionist fever in the second city
06/07/02: Looking for thugs where they aren't
06/05/02: The spring fashion in flip-floppery
06/03/02: The salon-keeper's joke on der Fuehrer
05/29/02: When the president has to button his lip
05/22/02: The tar and feathers seem to be missing
05/20/02: When all else fails, find a panic button
05/15/02: A valuable lesson in wooden shoes
05/08/02: Here's moral clarity, in from the fog
05/06/02: The hidden secrets of the Arab street
05/02/02: When the president wears a clothespin
04/24/02: A horse laugh on our dear friends
04/22/02: Let's take a poll: Is evil really bad?
04/17/02: A pregnant pause for breath-catching
04/15/02: When nuance collides with conviction
04/11/02: No law against great expectations
04/08/02: A muddled message to the Middle East
04/05/02: Rhetoric and reality, colliding head-on
04/01/02: Fear but no peace in a handful of dust
03/27/02: Is it time yet to let Bush be Bush?
03/25/02: A threatened species on the evening news
03/20/02: A great leap forward on a learning curve
03/18/02: Persuading a friend to commit suicide
03/11/02: When a cold reality quiets the henhouse
03/11/02: Riding off again to process 'peace'
03/06/02: A little testosterone for Old Blighty
03/04/02: There's still no bell on that darn cat
02/27/02: Down and dirty in California
02/25/02: A security that suffocates us all
02/15/02: Sometimes a chunker can't hit the barn
02/13/02: Fightin' words from the axis of cheese
02/11/02: Blessed be the poor, even the used-to-bes
02/06/02: Those old chestnuts are fully roasted
02/04/02: When the message is as clear as a bell
01/30/02: Sometimes a prisoner is just a cutthroat
01/28/02: A few choice words about a world war
01/23/02: No beards, no fleas, and unhappy allies
01/21/02: The unfriendly skies beckon the wary
01/16/02: Trying to move in on Rodney Dangerfield
01/14/02: It's not Whitewater, but it's all we've got
01/09/02: There's something in the water
01/07/02: The lessons lurking in the Afghan rubble
01/02/02: Not much security, but rousting is fun
12/21/01: A chicken at roost in the liberal rafters
12/19/01: The second thoughts about the tribunes
12/14/01: Evil in all its horror, and all on videotape
12/13/01: When 'going live' can mean going dead
12/10/01: A few false notes in the kangaroo chorus
12/05/01: When it's difficult to stay horrified
12/03/01: When fear can fool even the wise men
11/28/01: The spies go AWOL when Kabul falls
11/26/01: The danger lurking in the good will
11/21/01: Osama plot revealed: How he got the bomb
11/19/01: How to rig the jury for Osama bin Laden
11/12/01: A Clinton chorus of 'America the Ugly'
11/07/01: The slow creep back to business as usual
11/05/01: When mickeymouse offends even Mickey
10/29/01: When a terrorist is just another patriot
10/24/01: America stands up for the long count
10/17/01: When the rhetoric is drowned in fear
10/15/01: Here's a recipe for an Afghan Christmas
10/11/01 What is the terror really all about?
10/08/01 More of the stuff that poisoned No. 41
10/05/01 How to break hearts and bend minds
10/01/01 Some reassurance from George W.
09/26/01 Whiff of the familiar down in Arkansas
09/24/01 The spirit of Pearl, fragile and fading
09/20/01 Destroying America to save America
09/15/01 First the prayer,and then to work
09/12/01 Cheer, cheer before the lights go out
09/10/01 The big opportunity for George W. Bush
09/05/01 Goodbye to Durban: The farce be with you
08/31/01: Some respect, please, for frogs and pigs
08/29/01: But what is a chief without any Indians?
08/24/01: You have to be Bubba to make this work
08/22/01: With these critics, who needs friends?
08/20/01: How not to measure saps for a cleaning
08/15/01: But can Clinton be successfully cloned?
08/13/01: Teaching the doves a deadly lesson
08/06/01: A good lesson for all, even a president
08/01/01: There's something up this diplomatic sleeve
07/30/01: Squashing gringos, and Mexicans, too
07/24/01: A school for scandal and fun for nearly all
07/18/01: Dooming newcomers to the isolated life
07/16/01: Big Brother has a nifty new toy
07/09/01: We're hopping mad, we just can't hop far
07/05/01: The coming shortage of offense and affront
07/02/01: Reprising hysteria over the AIDS threat
06/27/01: Here comes the GOP, down from the hill
06/25/01: Liberal pundits can have a little fun, too
06/20/01: The wine goes flat, the tub grows cold
06/18/01: Navigating the ship of state through a pool of minnows
06/13/01: It's off to see Europe, to get a belly-full
06/06/01: Ignorance or contempt
06/11/01: Measuring Britain's risks by the pound
06/06/01: The race of kings, sprouts for Brussels
06/04/01: One last warning for Yasser Arafat
05/30/01: Hollywood and hype --- and a lot of eggs
05/25/01: No making nice with the Senate assassins
05/23/01: Saddam Hussein gets his victory at last
05/21/01: When the pols want to pander in peace
05/16/01: The villain reopens a grim argument
05/14/01: No more bigotry on the fruited plain
05/09/01: Some war stories are better than others
05/04/01: The slippery slope for Jesse Jackson
05/02/01: Trouble's brewing in the amen corner
04/30/01: Deadly soccer moms amok among us
04/25/01: A game of chicken without the sauce
04/23/01: Scolding Israel from 'the safe distance'
04/18/01: Opening the door on a grisly spectacle
04/16/01: When the thrill goes out of the romance
04/10/01: We have no bananas, they have hostages
04/06/01: Putting a little face on the China 'crisis'
04/04/01: No caving, please, to the cave men
04/02/01: Child abuse, anyone? Try dodging this
03/28/01: In fear of the peril of the Weak Sisterhood
03/23/01: Dubya disowns the dirt dishers
03/21/01: Why can't senators be nice to Mom?
03/19/01: Knocking hard heads at the Pentagon
03/14/01: Second thoughts on the faith initiative
03/12/01: Getting punch drunk on disappointment
03/07/01: The dazzling triumph of Saddam Hussein
03/05/01: How can a real gent tell the lady no?
02/28/01: Who won that war? Best not to look
02/26/01: Bonnie & Clod, gifts who keep on giving
02/21/01: It's Hot Springs week in downtown Harlem
02/13/01: Some of our riots seem to be missing
02/07/01: When a hate crime is something to love
02/07/01: Lifting a few spoons, cutting a few taxes
02/02/01: A few small surprises and a large lesson
01/31/01: Serving fried crow in the press mess
01/26/01: The gathering storm over Jesse Jackson
01/23/01: A graceless getaway, a graceful beginning
01/19/01: Once more to wave the bloody shirt
01/16/01: Bring on the lions, the clowns are ready
01/12/01: The dastardly plot to restore slavery
01/10/01: Mr. Lott's generosity to the Dems
01/05/01: Looking to the past for a bad example
01/03/01: A modest proposal for Arkansas folk
12/19/00: The reflexive sneer at George W. Bush
12/15/00: Taking inspiration from John Birch
12/12/00: It's time to raise high Florida's standards
12/08/00: A President Bush, and about time, too
12/05/00: Here come the judge --- and he's got a hook
11/28/00: Cry no tears for Al, lawyers are the losers
11/21/00: The useful loathing of America's sons
11/17/00: When this is all over, we spray for lawyers
11/14/00: Something murky in the twilight zone

11/10/00: Something sinister in Palm Beach

11/07/00: Low days in the life of the ruptured duck

11/06/00: A little race baiting in the final hours

11/01/00: Creator gets a hard time on the hustings

10/27/00: The sorcerer rides to rescue his apprentice

10/25/00: The founding father with a story to tell

10/23/00: A lonely passion for religious rights

10/16/00: Spending blood on the folly of fools

10/11/00: A big night for the embellisher-in-chief

10/06/00: AlGore's black problem

10/04/00: In headlong pursuit of the bigot vote

10/02/00: A modest proposal for Rick Lazio

09/27/00: When folks at home give up on a scamp

09/25/00: Gore plot exposed! The secret minutes

09/18/00: Playing politics with the blood supply

09/14/00: Al sets out to find his 'tolerance level'

09/12/00: When it's time for a thumb in the eye

09/07/00: Making a daughter a campaign asset

09/04/00: A footnote to the lie: How he beats the rap

08/30/00: Unbearable lightness of a cyberjournal

08/21/00: Clinton chickens on AlGore's roost

08/16/00: The long goodbye to California's cash

08/09/00: Innocence by proxy is a risky scheme

08/07/00: After insulin shock, an authentic rouser

08/02/00: When it gets hard not to get a little giddy

07/31/00: George W.'s legions of summer soldiers

07/26/00: He's set a surprise --- or a trap for himself

07/24/00: How do you serve a turkey in August?

07/19/00: Would Hillary sling a lie about a slur?

07/17/00: Process, not peace, at a Velveeta summit

07/12/00: The Texas two-step, a nudge and a wink

07/10/00: The Great Mentioner and his busy season

07/05/00: No Mexican standoff in these results

07/03/00: Denting a few egos in the U.S. Senate

06/28/00: Bureaucracy amok! Punctuation in peril!

06/26/00: The water torture of American resolve

06/21/00: The happy hangman is a busy hangman

06/19/00: Dick Gephardt finds a Dixie dreamboat

06/14/00: Taking a byte out of innovation

06/12/00: 'Go away, little boy, you're bothering us'

06/07/00: When a little envy is painful to watch

06/05/00: Fire and thunder, bubble and squeak

05/31/00: South of the border, politics is pepper

05/26/00: Running out of luck with home folks

05/24/00: The heart says no, but the head says yes

05/22/00: A fine opportunity to set an example

05/17/00: The Sunday school for Republicans

05/15/00: Hillary's surrogate for telling tall tales

05/10/00: Listening to the voice of an authentic man

05/08/00: First a lot of bluster, then the retreat

05/02/00: Good news for Rudy, bad news for Hillary

04/28/00: The long goodbye to Elian's boyhood

04/25/00: Spooked by Castro, Bubba blinks

04/14/00: One flag down and two memorials to go

04/11/00: Consistency finds a jewel in Janet Reno

04/07/00: Here's the good word (and it's in English)

04/04/00: When bureaucrats mock the courts

03/28/00: How Hollywood sets the virtual table

03/24/00: Dissing a president can ruin a whole day

03/20/00: When shame begets the painful insult

03/14/00: The risky business of making an apology

03/10/00: The pouters bugging a weary John McCain

03/07/00: When all good things (sob) come to an end

© 2000 Wes Pruden