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08/16/04: Asking the tough questions
08/12/04: The risks of 20-20 hindsight
08/09/04: When warriors become writers
08/02/04: Flip-flopping for the Jews
08/02/04: It's foreign policy, stupid
07/29/04: Candidates' kids and family values
07/26/04: No cosmetic makeovers, please
07/22/04: The mommy party's tea party
07/19/04: The high cost of malpractice
07/15/04: Much ado about a lot
07/12/04: The Pretty-Boy Candidates
07/08/04: Virility in transition
07/06/04: Seeking an optimism transplant
07/01/04: Flying the unhappy skies
06/28/04: Liposuction for 'Sex and the City'
06/24/04: Of wonkery and women
06/21/04: One noisy nation, under ?
06/17/04: Return of the wrong robots
06/14/04: A way out of the Balkans
06/09/04: Valentines from a president
06/07/04: Mourning in America: The enduring legacy of Ronald Reagan
06/03/04: Babes in Berlin, 60 years
06/01/04: When Moore is a lot less
05/28/04: Celebration and sadness on the Mall
05/24/04: No magic bullets in real life
05/20/04: The challenges to the class of '04
05/17/04: An echo from an earlier war?
05/13/04: Listening high and low in Washington
05/10/04: Male humiliation, Muslim rage
05/06/04: The good, the bad and the ugly
05/03/04: Biography written in the stars
04/29/04: Where women can't march
04/26/04: Downsizing the 'victim'
04/22/04: ‘Defining deviancy up’
04/19/04: How TV can 'rewire' brains of tiny tots
04/15/04: Changing fashions in the quest for manhood
04/11/04: Textbook terror in a visual age
04/08/04: The doctors of myth and fantasy meet bioethics
04/05/04: From the Holocaust to Saddam
04/01/04: Hope and fear in Germany
03/30/04: The return to the hive: queen bees and their unexpected choices
03/25/04: Searching for the alpha male
03/25/04: Searching for the alpha male
03/22/04: Questions for bioethics in poetry and prose
03/18/04: When Europe splits, mischief thrives
03/15/04: The ranks of the ‘good girls’ are growing
03/11/04: ‘Queer eye’ for straight courtship
03/08/04: Taking aim at the arms suppliers in the culture war
03/04/04: Hell hath no fury like a poet scorned
02/26/04: Sexhausted with 'Sex and the City'
02/23/04: 'The times they are a-changin' — again
02/19/04: Candidates: 'Start your engines'
02/17/04: It's the context, stupid
02/12/04: 'Til death do us party
02/09/04: Is there a doctor in the (White) House
02/05/04: Janet and a shameless, ahem, culture
01/26/04: Amnesia marks a grim anniversary
01/26/04: Perils of heat in a cool medium
01/22/04: Civilization and lip-gloss morality
01/20/04: The witless challenge the wits
01/15/04: Serving guest workers at the American table
01/12/04: Curbing Cuba's happy holidays
01/09/04: Filling the prescription for anger
01/05/04: Life, literature and intellectuals
01/02/04: The fighting person of the year
12/29/03: Seeking perfection in the new year
12/26/03: A little junk food for thought
12/22/03: A word to wise benefactors: Endow, but verify
12/18/03: Milk-liver'd cowardice in the braggart's blood
12/15/03: Yearning for a glimpse of shocking stocking
12/11/03: Standing on the shoulders of Lincoln
12/08/03: An ancient contagion thrives
12/04/03: When they're too young or too old
12/01/03: Winning the war with words
11/27/03: Remembering things past
11/24/03: Blair, Bush and that special relationship
11/20/03: Chartering the future
11/17/03: The battle of the blondes
11/13/03: In search of a British Moses
11/10/03: Focusing on 'the one big thing'
11/06/03: Puff potatoes in the bedroom
11/03/03: 'What fools these mortals be?'
10/30/03: A religious buzz in the Windy City
10/23/03: Biotechnology and the pursuit of happiness
10/21/03: How to prosper though stupid
10/16/03: Rites and wrongs in a post 9/11 scenario
10/13/03: Lighting the fire for free speech
10/09/03: Tears for the sacrifice
10/02/03: More homework for kids with cash
10/02/03: Rearming the president
09/29/03: Building biceps for the body politic
09/25/03: A lesson from Hitler's hideaway
09/22/03: Throwing money at the schoolhouse frauds
09/18/03: When the old-time religion seems new
09/15/03: When economics becomes stylish
09/11/03: Arming the human spirit to fight back
09/08/03: The ivy tower of babble
09/04/03: Revisiting the Itsy Bitsy Spider
09/02/03: A different kind of party in Savannah
08/28/03: Barren lives without literature
08/25/03: What (men) do women want?
08/04/03: High tech, but still a holiday
08/04/03: The male descending (from Mt. Sinai)
07/31/03: The Ugly American in the shadows
07/24/03: Let granny drive — if she can
07/21/03: The dead end on the road to peace
07/17/03: The media, as usual, is the message
07/14/03: Looking for Mr. (Word) Perfect
07/10/03: Dishonor on the campus
07/07/03: What's a granny worth?
07/03/03: When red, white and blue is brown, black and white
06/30/03: Medicine to 'The Sound of Music'
06/26/03: When Al Gore meets Al Franken
06/23/03: Kicking depression and getting high
06/19/03: When the Dowdies confront the mommies
06/16/03: Humanities are on Orange Alert
06/12/03: Hillary Clinton as 'American Idol' and 'Survivor'
06/09/03: Pop finds its groove on memory lane
06/05/03: High tech hubris: When a person becomes a product
06/02/03: How young conservatives got their groove back
05/29/03: How males became the 'second sex'
05/27/03: History in the eye of the reporter
05/22/03: Ditches and detours on the road to peace
05/19/03: Times are no longer a-changin'. They done changed: The conservative ladies do Gotham
05/15/03: Norman Mailer, down for the count
05/12/03: Betting on Bennett
05/08/03: Ammunition in the 'culture wars'
05/05/03: The stench of Castro's utopia
05/01/03: Expanding the base of the neocons
04/28/03: Expert: Americans are naive to believe that Islam is moderate
04/25/03: Dumb and dumber
04/21/03: War in the eyes of the beholders
04/14/03: The dawning of a new era
04/10/03: Poetry and the art of war
04/07/03: Material girl not in vogue with new video
04/03/03: A cruel tyranny at home
03/31/03: Yertle the turtle goes to war
03/27/03: In New Yawk, "battlefield chic"
03/24/03: The right stuff of civics
03/20/03: A new front in the war (of the sexes)
03/17/03: The weak against the thong
03/13/03: The mousse that roared
03/10/03: Make Love Not War (Flirting Not Fighting)
03/06/03: A secular cathedral for Ground Zero
03/03/03: The demonstrators doth demonstrate too much
02/27/03: 'No man is an island'
02/24/03: Most Americans still want people of faith as leaders
02/20/03: The jihad against the textbooks
02/18/03: The night of the armies of the poets
02/13/03: Love and war
02/10/03: A rising tide of conservative self-confidence
02/06/03: From the Wright brothers to the 'Right Stuff'
02/03/03: High Noon at the White House
01/30/03: When reality degrades us all
01/27/03: Confronting the forbidden gender gap
01/24/03: Free Mickey Mouse (and Robert Frost)
01/21/03: To be or not to be an english professor
01/13/03: No more 'sex' in the city
01/09/03: Celebrating compassionate cool
01/06/03: It's the culture, stupid
01/02/03: Profiles in perverted courage
12/30/02: There's a doctor in the senate
12/26/02: Body worship in the temples of secularism
12/23/02: A Lott of diversion, with no dignity
12/19/02: It's Sunday Night Live
12/16/02: Sex, lies and a prime minister's wife
12/12/02: Watch out for the fruitcake at the office party
12/09/02: The soft bigotry of campus paternalism
12/05/02: 'White guilt' and affirmative action
12/02/02: Out of the closet, at Stanford
11/21/02: "Grow old along with me"
11/18/02: When having a baby is like having a face-lift
11/14/02: The imprint of the president? Dumbo he ain't
11/11/02: The times, at last they are a-changing
11/07/02: Macho girls and vanishing males
10/28/02: Jihad and the culture war against the West
10/24/02: No islands left in a global world
10/22/02: Reason and logic, at war with terror
10/17/02: Memphis in black, white and blues
10/14/02: Out of the Miss America closet
10/10/02: Down to the whine cellar
10/07/02: Medicine men at NIH
10/03/02: Irritable men and mice in the divots
09/30/02: Bulls, bears and irritable rams on Wall Street
09/26/02: At Harvard, finally some responsibility
09/23/02: Heaven help the Blokes!
09/19/02: A fascination with evil, sung by a Soprano
09/17/02: High Holy Days: A call for the work ahead
09/09/02: Martinis and circuses for Sept. 11
09/05/02: 'Appeasement, then and now'
09/03/02: In search of moral tone
08/29/02: Shaking and baking with great balls of fire
08/19/02: Prescription drugs to have and to have not
08/15/02: Charlton Heston's most difficult role
08/12/02: Nourished on forbidden fruit
08/08/02: The rising tide of anti-Semitism
08/05/02: George Washington gets a high-tech facelift
08/01/02: When law isn't rocket science
07/29/02: Long memories and short fuses
07/25/02: When human cloning is not science fiction
07/22/02: When a Muppet becomes HIV-positive
07/18/02: 'Road to Perdition,' without a mother's love
07/15/02: When virtue can be its own reward
07/11/02: Investing in a culture of character
07/08/02: When the rich and famous slip on banana peels
07/05/02: Celebrating the personal, not the political
07/01/02: When a suicide bomber fails
06/27/02: No common sense and no love of country
06/25/02: The multiple faces of anti-Semitism
06/20/02: When the movie improves on history
06/17/02: Why the United States is indivisible
06/13/02: Refusing to sit still for sat exam silliness
06/10/02: The dead white males, they are a changin'
06/06/02: There goes the bride
06/03/02: Fanning the flames of anti-Semitism
05/30/02: High noon in Paris
05/20/02: Misrepresentations of motherhood
05/19/02: The 'achilles heel' of history education
05/14/02: The sophistry of suicide
05/09/02: New York, New York, Our Town
05/03/02: A different kind of "what if?"
04/30/02: Hope and despair in the Middle East
04/26/02: 'Ally McBeal' enters a blind alley
04/24/02: Why French brie isn't kosher
04/18/02: No chicken soup for the Muslim hearth
04/14/02: Feminist winners sing the blues
04/11/02: Making Sept. 11 fireproof
04/08/02: Targeting tots for TV
04/05/02: When words are the weapons
04/01/02: What to do when 'I Do' becomes 'I Don't'
03/31/02: Recipes for disaster in the Middle East
03/25/02: The cleavage in higher education
03/21/02: Truth, lies and Oscars
03/14/02: The politics of art
03/14/02: When charity starts with the government
03/11/02: Cookies for Cokie, Or: Disney animates more than Mickey Mouse
03/07/02: Documenting the ridiculous and the sublime
03/04/02: Mean girls in the mean streets of middle school
02/27/02: Remembering to color inside the lines
02/25/02: The ugly straw American
02/21/02: Conquering fear with the little red-headed guy
02/14/02: Museum green -- the red, the black and the blue
02/07/02: When self-esteem runs out of steam
02/04/02: From the old, strength for the new
01/31/02: Rewriting the past to politicize the present
01/28/02: Money and mourning at Ground Zero
01/24/02: Politics, money and the purchase of history
01/21/02: The old-time religion at the schoolhouse
01/17/02: When a Palestinian house is not a home
01/14/02: Televising the trial of a terrorist
01/10/02: George Bush through a glass, brightly
01/07/02: Beauty (shop) in the eye of the Muslim
01/03/02: Living 2002 in house and heart
12/31/01: A kick from champagne and a kiss
12/27/01: Of faith and a president's intelligence
12/24/01: Tilting, reluctantly, toward Israel
12/20/01: The season of snowflakesand 'The Simpsons'
12/17/01: Artistic spirit triumphs over Taliban
12/13/01: Trimming ideology Left and Right
12/10/01: Arafat at Auschwitz
12/06/01: Remember Pearl Harbor -- and Sept. 11
12/03/01: The last rites for chivalry
11/29/01: When Hollywood wants to wave the flag
11/26/01: Afghan gender gap -- an abyss
11/19/01: A clean shave does not a mainstream Muslim make
11/15/01: 'Assisted suicide,' a medical oxymoron
11/12/01: Cultural wars in the war against terrorism
11/08/01: Disarming conflicts in gender gap
11/05/01: Double standards in the war against terrorism
11/01/01: This time, no more Mr. Nice Guy
10/29/01: Anthrax anxiety in an age of terrorism
10/25/01: New York: A tale of two towns
10/22/01: Resurrecting an ancient face of evil
10/18/01: 'Officer Friendly' in the sky and on the land
10/15/01: From the halls of Montezuma to the caves of Afghanistan
10/11/01: Islamic culture -- where terror trumps beauty
10/08/01: Making love -- and war, romance and revenge
10/04/01: Free speech struggles to come of age
10/01/01: Calling Captain Kirk, calling Captain Kirk
09/28/01: The fascist face of Islamic fanaticism
09/24/01: Facing up to the faith
09/20/01: Uncle Sam without a paunch
09/17/01: A new generation of eyewitnesses to terror
09/13/01: Another date to live in infamy --- and resolve
09/11/01: They don't make 'em like Aunt Minnie anymore
09/06/01: There goes the Little League neighborhood
09/04/01: Colin Powell vs. Jesse Jackson
08/30/01: The Pride and Prejudice of Gary Condit
08/20/01: Packaging stars with warning labels
08/16/01: Mortals in the details
08/13/01: Romance in a petri dish
08/09/01: Anti-missile shield madness
08/02/01: The guy in the loin cloth does dishes
08/02/01: The (fortunate) old folks at home
07/30/01: CHINA raises the bar, America loses face
07/26/01: When it's springtime in Beijing
07/24/01: Marriage with impediments
07/19/01: Honoring Reagan's word
07/17/01: Condit is my neighbor
07/12/01: VMI: Ratting out the rats
07/05/01: Lucy in the sky with cataracts
07/02/01: Brits focus on the Bushes --- sort of
06/28/01: Why can't a man be more like a woman?'
06/18/01: Purses for nurses
06/14/01: Free speech alive and well in Dr. Laura
06/11/01: Let them drink Perrier
06/07/01: Double trouble in census silliness
06/04/01: When the Supreme Court putts
05/31/01: Bombing Pearl Harbor, one more time
05/29/01: G-d and Man at Notre Dame and Yale
05/25/01: How Cinderella became Bridezilla
05/21/01: Saving the memorial to Private Ryan
05/17/01: Prom night as 'Some Enchanted Evening'
05/14/01: Bully for you
05/10/01: Segregation in the city
05/07/01: Cultural conflicts in education
05/03/01: Matters of life and death
04/30/01: If music be the food of hate -- sell it
04/26/01: When Dr. Mom is Dr. Seuss
04/23/01: Where have all the daddies gone?
04/20/01: Fashionable discrimination
04/16/01: Reaching for the moon
04/13/01: Who's sorry now?
04/10/01: The details
04/05/01: News that wasn't fit to print
04/02/01: The devil in the legal details
03/29/01: Making marriage glamorous
03/27/01: Crime and punishment on the small screen
03/23/01: When speech isn't free
03/19/01: Russell Crowe doesn't wear a Black Beret
03/15/01: 'The little intimidator' of the breakfast table
03/13/01: "We are asking the Creator for clemency"
03/08/01: Saving El Salvador with dollars and sense
02/27/01: The last cowboys of their craft
02/23/01: When Bubba graduates to Bobo
02/16/01: Clarence Thomas addresses an imperfect world
02/12/01: Ariel Sharon, not by Steven Spielberg
02/07/01: Profaning the sacred with the political
02/05/01: What's the Creator got to do with it?
02/01/01: Live like the snopses, leave like the snopses
01/29/01: It's education, stupid
01/25/01: "You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows"
01/22/01: Poetry and religion in the Bush administration
01/18/01: Ashcroft can't dance (don't ask him)
01/15/01: Clothes make the First Lady
01/11/01: Pity Jerusalem in the 'peace' process
01/08/01: Laying the political race card
01/04/01: 'What women want' in the new millennium
01/02/01: This year, looking ahead is sure sweeter than looking back
12/21/00: Black power with a Republican face
12/21/00: First impressions of two First Ladies
12/18/00: Challenge for the 'better angels of our nature'
12/14/00: What we've lost sight of
12/13/00: Hillary in the lion's den
12/08/00: Return of the 'second sex' on campus
12/04/00: Politics as entertainment today
11/30/00: Winner vs. whiner
11/27/00: Measuring against history
11/23/00: Memories of Thanksgiving past
11/17/00: In defense of the Electoral College
11/16/00: More than one way to win an election
11/13/00: Sexual politics squared
11/09/00: A Middle East legacy
11/06/00: Filling in the dots at campaign's end
11/02/00: His own man in full
10/30/00: The Oval Office, through a glass brightly
10/23/00: There'll always be an England. Maybe.
10/19/00: The celebrity candidate
10/16/00: 'Ladies night' at the second debate
10/12/00: Gore vs. Bush: Volvo vs. Maserati
10/10/00: We weep for Rami for he is dead
10/05/00: Looking at Lieberman from inside the 'ghetto'
10/02/00: Campaigns, candidates, and kissy-face
09/28/00: Laughing and crying over Joe Lieberman
09/21/00: Targeting teenagers for money
09/21/00: Sexual politics in New York
09/18/00: Surviving the stereotypes and debates
09/14/00: Gloria Steinem runs cheerfully into captivity
09/12/00: Sex in the eye of the partisan
09/07/00: 'Sex and death' on the college campus
09/05/00: Joe Lieberman as a 'Menorah Man'
08/31/00: Rising suns of the conventions
08/17/00: Changing icons: From Loretta Young to Hillary Clinton
08/14/00: The Creator returns to the public square
08/10/00: Bursting with pride, but caution too
08/07/00: Brains, beauty and beastly politics
08/03/00: A candidate with a superego
07/31/00: The sizzling Lynne Cheney
07/27/00: The party of the aging Playboys
07/24/00 Hillary drives the Jewish wagon into a ditch
07/20/00 Conservatives gone fishin'
07/17/00: Snoop Doggy Dogg was a founding father, wasn't he?
07/13/00: When a teenager doesn't need a prime minister
07/10/00: Abortion as cruel and unusual punishment
07/06/00: Surviving 'survivor' TV
07/03/00: Independence Day with Norman Rockwell
06/29/00: Here comes 'something old'
06/26/00: Waiting too long for the baby
06/22/00: Good teachers, curious students and oxymorons
06/19/00: Wanted: Some ants for Gore's pants
06/15/00: Like father, like daughter
06/12/00: Culture wars and conservative warriors
06/08/00: Return of the housewife
06/05/00: Hillary and Al -- playing against type
05/31/00: The sexual revolution confronts the SUV
05/25/00: Waiting for the movie
05/22/00: Pistol packin' mamas
05/18/00: Journalists and the 'new time' religion
05/15/00: There's nothing like a (military) dame
05/11/00: 'The Human Stain' on campus
05/09/00: We've come a long way, Betty Friedan
05/04/00: From George Washington to Mansa Masu
05/01/00: Gore's ruthless doublespeak
04/28/00: Doing it Castro's way
04/24/00: Women's studies beget narrow minds
04/17/00: The slippery slope of anti-Semitism
04/13/00: A villain larger than life
04/10/00: When mourning becomes an economic tragedy
04/03/00: The last permissible bigotry
03/30/00: Seeking the political Oscar
03/23/00: The gaying of America
03/20/00: Pointy-eared quadrupeds on campus
03/16/00: The shocking art of the establishment
03/13/00: Sawdust on the campaign trail
03/10/00: Campaign rhetoric of manhood
03/06/00: The Amphetamine of the People
03/02/00: Elegy for Amadou
02/29/00: With only a million, what's a poor girl to do?
02/24/00: The changing politics of change
02/16/00: Tip from Hillary: 'Let 'em eat eggs'
02/10/00: No seances with Eleanor
02/07/00: Campaigning like our founding fathers
02/03/00: When neo-Nazis have short memories
01/31/00: George W. -- 'Ladies man' and 'man's man'
01/27/00: Dead white males and live white politicians
01/25/00: Smarting over presidential smarts
01/21/00: A post-modern song for `The Sopranos'
01/19/00: When personality is a long-distance plus
01/13/00: French lessons in amour --- and marriage
01/10/00: Reaching for the Big Golden Apple
01/07/00: Liddy Dole as the face of feminism
01/04/00: Hillary: From victim to victor
12/30/99: 'Dream catchers' for the millennium
12/27/99: In search of a candidate with strength and eloquence
12/21/99: The president as First Lady
12/16/99: Columbine with blurred hindsight
12/09/99: Homeless deserve discriminating attention
12/07/99: Casual censors and deadly know-nothings
12/02/99: Why mom didn't make general: A reality tale
11/30/99: Potholes on the road to the Promised Land
11/25/99: A feast for the spirit and the stomach
11/23/99: Fathers need to say 'I (can) do'
11/18/99: Adventures of a conservative pundit
11/15/99: Traveling with Jefferson on the information highway
11/11/99: Wanted: 'Foliage of forbiddinness' for the oval office
11/09/99: Eggs, art and rotten commerce
11/05/99: Al Gore, 'Alpha Male'. Bow wow.
11/01/99: Gay love
10/28/99: Lose one Dole, lose two
10/26/99: Rebels with a violent cause
10/21/99: Reforming parents, reforming schools
10/19/99: The male mystique -- he shops
10/13/99:The campaign of the Teletubbies
10/08/99: Money is in the eye of the art dealer
10/01/99: Lincoln's 'Almost Chosen People'
09/29/99: Introducing Bill and Hillary Bickerson
09/27/99: Must we wait for the next massacre?
09/24/99: Miss America meets Miss'd America
09/21/99: Princeton's 'professor death'
09/16/99: The Cisneros lesson
09/13/99: No clemency for personal politics
09/08/99: M-M-M is for manhood
08/30/99: Blocking the schoolhouse door
08/27/99: No kick from cocaine
08/23/99: Movies don't kill people
08/19/99: A rude awakening
08/16/99: Dubyah and that 'language' thing
08/09/99: Chauvinist sows -- oink oink

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