With presidential candidate Howard Dean facing a shrinking lead in New Hampshire polls, many are counting him out in tomorrow's primary. Dean finished a surprising third in the Iowa caucus last week, and Sen. John Kerry is hoping to capitalize on his momentum tomorrow.
Well, I've messed up again, it seems.
Why do you think people deep down don't like politicians? And what is it about politicians that are different from the rest of us?
Recently I pointed out how spontaneity undermines self-absorption, how the leap of faith allowing individuals the illusion their perceptions define truth is undone when obsessive self-reflection is abandoned.
By Ed Brock and Kathy Jefcoats
By Doug Gorman and Billy Corriher
By Jeffery Armstrong and Anthony Rhoads
I wonder where they are going everyday at 100 miles per second flying past.
By Billy Corriher
By Greg Gelpi
Clayton County Links
By Doug Gorman
The show is over. Go home. Votes have been cast in Iowa and New Hampshire, and political pundits are already anointing John Kerry the Democratic candidate for president.
Judge not, that ye be not judged" (Matt. 7:1). A valuable admonition; one I too often find myself forgetting.
I spent last weekend glued to TV Land as much as I could given that I was living in a motel, traveling back to Aiken to prepare for a move to Fayetteville. The reason? Carol Burnett, of course. The classic television network has brought the comic genius to its line-up of nostalgic viewing and making me happy in the process.
January 30, 2004