Guest Commentary

When enough becomes more than enough

“Wow,” I said as I took another bite of Terri’s delectable chocolate birthday cake. “That is so satisfying, 

Guest Commentary

Front and center

Sometimes the planets align. Sometimes arenas get built in cities where not much else does. Sometimes you get offered the ticket you thought didn’t exist.

Guest Commentary

The dehumanization of government

During the last four years, I have spent significant time with members of Congress. In fact, when Congress was in session, one member was my roommate in Washington.

Guest Commentary

A man of no country

“The nights are sleepless and full of exotic dreams,” I told my cousins when only one week remained of my stay in Africa.

Guest Commentary

The civil rights struggle of our time

I recently spent three weeks in Israel and the West Bank where I witnessed the brutality of Israel’s illegal occupation of Palestine.

Guest Commentary

Thinking about the unthinkable

Why should we think about the unthinkable?

Guest Commentary

Keep judicial elections on the high road

The ideal justice system is symbolized by Lady Justice, the blindfolded goddess who holds perfectly balanced scales.

Guest Commentary

A call for change

For the past several weeks, I have been glued to the television, horrified by images of the devastating Deepwater Horizon oil rig disaster on the Gulf of Mexico.

Guest Commentary

The real state of homeless shelters

I would like to clear up several misconceptions created by the May 19, 2010 guest commentary co-written by John I.

Guest Commentary

Why I hate my own guts

Every time I ate, I either vomited or immediately had to use the bathroom.