Well, the tide is flowing in your favor, Bill. Willy Thompson has conceded, and only one lonely Republican stands between you and Gracie Mansion. An...
Today, when we're all aware of the ways that an image can be manipulated, it's hard to realize how shocking and convincing the first photographic images were in the 1840's, after Louis Daguerre revealed his discovery to the world.
More plot twists in the Syria saga... ...
Is this what free enterprise is meant to be? I think not!
What Middle East story does the New York Times deem so important that it devotes most of the front page of its 12-page Sunday Review section this week, including eye-catching art work, and the bulk of two inside pages? No, it's not about Syria.
In the past week or so, unusually savage imagery from Syria has appeared in the traditional news media, each organization going out of its way to stress the acts and degree of violence as suddenly vital and newsworthy.
Before we get this ball rolling, we have two minor points which relate to the calendar which we feel merit mentioning. First, for the superstitious among us, it's not only Friday the 13th, but it's actually a double-dose, being 9/13/13. Wooo! Scary!
Securing and destroying Syria's chemical weapons stockpiles will not be easy, risk-free or cheap -- especially if the violence has not completely dissipated.
Can't there be other gleaming palaces? Can't there be other shining cities on other hills? Isn't there room enough in this globe for the two or more of us?
From elementary school onward, I was taught to attack the argument a person makes, not the person making the argument. The reaction to Vladimir Putin'...
Will the Detroit Institute of Arts' art collection really be privatized to pay the city's debts, or is the whole thing just a political gambit?
Yesterday, the New York Times published an article about my forthcoming book that turned out to be a profile of me. The headline was wrong, however, and I know that reporters don't write headlines. Whoever wrote it is out of touch.
It's time to kill the breakfast meeting. Kill it dead. I seriously think the first breakfast meeting was convened by a bitter boss who was unhappy with their family life, couldn't wait to get out of the house in the morning, and wanted to inflict pain on subordinates.
I'm self-publishing my new novel AND GOD SAID, "BILLY!" Where's my advance? What will I live on? The New York Times won't review a self-publis...
I'm pleased to see my career choice validated by the presence of the big boys at the branded content party--and here are three tips for my former publishers at The Post.
Listen to any conservative talk show host and they'll regularly remind their audience that the Republicans are the party of ideas and that their books consistently top the best-seller charts. But for some undiagnosed reason they've managed to win only two of the past six presidential elections.