The Sadness of Dads - Paul Hostovsky The responsibilities of fatherhood can be said to last a lifetime; and apparently this carries across species
Out on a Limb - Michael C. Keith When world-wide environmental disaster arrives with a whimper we are left suffocating by our own hand
An Elegy for the News - Iftekhar Sayeed We all remember the "Kent State Tragedy" and the "Tiananmen Square Massacre" in Newsweek, but do we realize the same bias is happening in news about the Middle East? Here is a refresher course.
Back in her Day - John Grey Ever wonder why your new clothes were deteriorating and your grandparents were still wearing those old suits?
Fox News: First Impressions and a Pot-shot or Two - Fred Russell Another provocative diatribe against the news--in this case Fox News--takes its reader to unfamiliar places
Abolish Work: The Art of Zen-Surrealism - Alison Ross A saucy rant on what you should be doing instead of giving your life to the boss and your money to Wal-Mart
The Presidentís Last Budget Proposal - by Henry F. Tonn Many public policies die in committees, but few presidents want to die with them
The Fragging Episode - Jim Valvis Difference is a result of difference, but it can also arise, in the hands of a mob, out of defiance
It's Best to Leave Cootie Alone - Donal Mahoney Post-traumatic stress disorder is not merely confined to the past or certain people, but sometimes it takes a stranger to bring it out
Prejudice - James G. Piatt In this parable of modern living, Piatt confirms that the many faces of prejudgment is alive and well in his mythical border town
In Summation - Holly Day A quick stroll through the mind of a disgruntled office worker is not the most pleasant trip we'll ever take
Strays - Raud Kennedy The same authority figures are there to trap us no matter what species of stray we are