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The Frye-ku Folio 56,57, 58

Canadian humorist and illustrator Arcangelo Frye offers up pages from his folio of Haiku for the age of Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.
25 Jan 2016

Why Does Davos Endure?

An insider's perspective on what really takes place at the Davos World Economic Forum. Conspiracy theorists will likely be disappointed to find out.
20 Jan 2016

Commentary: College, Cash and Concussions

Philip Revzin comments on the complex conundrum of football - how to weigh the popularity of the sport against the damage done to players by repeated blows to the head.
1 Jan 2016

The Frye-Ku Folio: 53, 54, 55

Canadian humorist and illustrator Arcangelo Frye offers up pages from his folio of Haiku for the age of Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.
28 Dec 2015

The Frye-Ku Folio: 47, 48, 49

Canadian Humorist and illustrator Arcangelo Frye offers up pages from his folio of Haiku for the age of Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.

Open Letter to Salvatore J. Cordileone, Archbishop of the Archdiocese of San Francisco

California attorney Edward F. Mitchell challenges the Roman Catholic clergyman's position on same-sex marriage.

Comment: Rolling Stones 50 & Counting Tour

"It's only rock and roll (But I managed to score a ticket)", says Alan Behr in New York.

The Frye-Ku Folio: 44, 45, 46

Canadian humorist and illustrator Arcangelo Frye offers up pages from his folio of Haiku for the age of Flickr, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook. In his latest group of three, Mr. Frye addresses the topic of romance gone wrong.

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A Unique Brand of Vitriol: Selling Fear and Obama Waffles as "Satire"

On the heels of the Hillary nutcracker and Obama-as-Curious-George T-shirts comes the latest salvo from the Conservative Republican fear-mongering zeitgeist.

After Bush, Are Responsible Libertarians Better Off with Obama?

As a nation, the U.S. owes the world an apology for the presidency of George W. Bush, and the failed leadership of the financial community. Barack Obama, however leftist, represents smart, adult leadership for America for a new age of personal responsibility.

Amazon.com: No Customer Service Telephone Number

Why does Amazon.com hide their customer service telephone number from their customers? Should customer satisfaction depend upon an unlisted phone number?
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