This month marks the fourth anniversary of now-globally famous commentator Tom Whipple’s “Peak Oil Crisis” column that originated with and has been published weekly exclusively in the Falls Church News-Press, the Washington D.C. area’s most progressive newspaper.
In 2001, David Bianco was at the pinnacle of his career in GLBT journalism. He was the founder of Q Syndicate, a content provider for gay media, and wrote, “Past Out,” a widely distributed GLBT history column. He was also the author of, “Gay Essentials: Facts for Your Queer Brain.”
Senator John Warner announced his retirement on the steps of the Rotunda at the University of Virginia last Friday. Virginia’s political and civic life will be the poorer for it.
The Washington Post announced yesterday that it has retained Michael Gerson, a former G. W. Bush speech writer, as a regular columnist.
The Virginia Tech tragedy is fast becoming over-analyzed in the press, and I hadn’t really planned to go there, other than to express my profound shock and almost complete lack of comprehension of what could drive a person to such depths of despair and destruction.
Thanksgiving weekend I noticed a lot of columnists churning out pieces with warm and fuzzy “thank yous” to a number of items in their personal lives, essentially telling their readers how lucky they are. I’m not going to write that column. For starters, I’m sure there are very few, if […]
There are some secret weapons that can destroy even the ugliest computer messes. The best thing about them are that you don’t need a degree in electrical engineering, or a screwdriver, to show your computer who is in charge.