Let's remember Wendy Davis' 15 minutes of fame. Abortion is a third rail in American politics. Nobody likes abortion. The defining question: Is it the government's business? With some of the nation's toughest abortion restrictions in Texas, it was a circus atmosphere at the state capitol in Austin last summer.
I disagree with Michelle Higgins. She is a whiner and a handwringer. Getting on a plane is emphatically NOT “roughly akin to entering the ninth circle of hell.” It’s a miracle. The late author and critic Alfred Kazin said his idea of happiness was settling into an airliner seat with a book, a notebook and a martini. Amen. Jet planes have taken me higher and faster and to places around the world only dreamed of by my grandparents—and usually for only a few hundred bucks. If you want to spend $400 to $3000 or more an hour to fly in obscene luxury, plenty of
'Faction' is OK for Books and Movies, Not Résumés or Bios Jan. 17, 2006: Vol. 2, Issue No. 4 IN THE NEWS "Munich" massacres history The only true part of the story is the few minutes spent on the actual massacre. The rest is invention, as Spielberg delicately puts it in the opening credits, "inspired by real events." —Charles Krauthammer, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Jan. 16, 2006 Frey defends 'essential truths' of memoir Embattled author James Frey defended his best-selling memoir on Larry King's CNN talk show Wednesday, saying while he may have embellished some of his past in A Million Little Pieces, he stood