When did we become so mean?
The comic-commentators do their takeoffs with sardonic humor, but deal with serious issues.
It is easy to lose sight of how dangerous and deadly the job of reporting remains.
The journalism profession is trying to reduce speeding on the information superhighway.
No civilization can thrive without civil discourse that recognizes diverse points of view.
There are still people on the lookout for political corruption.
Which response to a tragedy is more insensitive, the graphic account or the joke?
The distinction between blogs and everything else on the Web has all but disappeared.
In my latest column suggesting former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton could win 45 states in 2016, I included a brief word...
My view is that the presidential hopes of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) are politically over for 2016, but it is time for national Democrats to stop flapping their lips about Christie and let the investigations take their course.