Bill Berkowitz is a freelance writer and longtime observer of the conservative movement who is a regular contributor to Working Assets’ workingforchange.com website. Contact him at [email protected].
Scum and foam were piled so high on the surface of streams and ponds in the rural Illinois area neighboring the Inwood Dairy that it looked like snow.
Although former Vice President Quayle’s legacy may not be one for the history books, he will certainly be remembered for the day he took on television’s Murphy Brown.
With compromise legislation stranded in Congress, the report card on the President’s faith-based initiative reads “incomplete.” Bush, however, has clearly succeeded on two fronts.
While most of the media focused, with good reason, on the huge increase in military spending and dramatic cuts in domestic programs in President Bush’s $2.1 trillion budget proposal for 2003, a fe
Barbara Coe is not your typical sixty-something silver-haired-senior-in-polyester.