Enemy Central | 4.30.04
Back to the primal ooze.
Weâ€™ve been wrong all along. As your average Euro will tell you, no one is a more determined opponent of terror than he is.
Ernie Pyle is still the greatest. He deserves not to be forgotten.
Glorious France keeps its high-level fraudsters in high-level places.
What it takes to be the real thing, even if he is extinct.
But very secretly. Plus: Labor has a veep for John he can't refuse.
By taking offense at a comment not directed at them, advocates of abortion stumbled into associating themselves with terrorists.
This week the last Oldsmobiles rolled off their Lansing, Michigan assembly lines.
John FranÃ§ois Kerry's 2004 campaign for the presidency is taking on endearing aspects of Boy Clinton's 1992 campaign.
Thinking out loud, but with compassion, about the greatest collective since socialized agriculture went out of business.
A film about Haiti only John Aristide Kerry won't hate.
An important Catholic gathering in Washington. Plus: Kerryâ€™s sunny wrinkle-free Sunday. Also: Veep for hire.
President Bush manages to win an election. Will Senator Specter remain grateful?
Chris Matthews goes in the tank for Kerry and the DNC.
J.F. Kerry jumps on the national service bandwagon.
Amy Welborn decodes a sensational best-seller.
Toomeyâ€™s populist campaign is in disarray but he may still win, no thanks to the paid staff.
So much more to make up, so little time — and itâ€™s not to hurt Kerry one bit. Plus: Kerryâ€™s Hoosier hero.
If Specter is not re-elected, can Bush be?
There they — the French and the U.N. — go again.
Check out his investments, which would put Benedict Arnold to shame.
One could call the Sunday “March for Womenâ€™s Lives” a festival of paganism, but thatâ€™s probably not fair to ancient pagans.
He had his chance. Now heâ€™s running on fumes. And people arenâ€™t running to him. Plus: Democrats to go hungry.
An American hero for the ages, not just ours.
Desperate to hold on, Arlen Specter turns into Attila. Live from the battlefield.
On a Washington Saturday, anti-globalist protest runs out of steam.