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  • Film Review: 'Generation War'

    Aired in three episodes on German TV, "Generation War" retains the feel of an epic serial in its two-part bigscreen form. Eight years in the making and nearly five hours in length, director Phillip Kadelbach's overly melodramatic but fairly engrossing...
  • Does anybody believe Governor Christie?

    Only in New York. Yes, only in the New York media market would a barely-sworn-into-office mayor get in hot water so fast over so trivial an issue. But there was Mayor Bill de Blasio last week, forced to apologize for eating pizza with a fork and knife,...
  • Joy Behar, coming to Sands Bethlehem Event Center, gives her View -- on everything

     
    Five months after leaving her seat as one of the founding hosts of ABC-TV’s daytime talk show “The View,” Joy Behar says one of her biggest surprises is that she doesn’t have to have every moment of her life scheduled.......
  • Around Town: 'The other side' depends on point of view

    The mainstream media can be fickle. The media covers what it wants to cover and when it does, the duration can be painfully short, hence the phrase, “15 minutes of fame.” It’s easy to feel ignored. The American mainstream media does not...
  • My big stoned gay wedding

    One of the first lessons every political activist learns the hard way is: Change doesn't happen overnight. No matter how noble the cause, it usually has to simmer for years before it finally heats up and public support turns around. Then, finally, your...
  • Requiem for the tea party

    Coast to coast, the dust has settled from last Tuesday's elections, and one thing is clear. Democrats won some, Republicans won some. There were winners and losers on both sides. But, overall, the big loser -- was the Tea Party. That's nowhere more...
  • The gang that can't shoot straight

    It's too early to write the history of the Obama administration. But, at this point, it looks like, for the most part, that history may be summed up in three words: coulda, woulda, shoulda. I "coulda" signed an immigration bill, but Congress was too...
  • Dealing with Putin: 'Trust, but verify'

    In his masterful portrayal of John F. Kennedy, Ted Sorensen, special counsel to the president, revealed JFK's occasional frustration with the job of president. One evening, while changing clothes to get ready for a televised address to the nation on the...
  • Congloms Firing Up New Cable Channels as Climate Improves

    A spike in construction of new homes is always seen as a sign of an improving national economy. The same is true for channel launches. A new channel is fundamentally an expression of faith -- belief on the part of entrepreneurs and investors that there's...
  • Angela Merkel fumes over NSA phone-tapping

    Remember "Reach out and touch someone"? Well, President Obama did reach out and touch someone. The only problem is, the person he touched just happened to be Angela Merkel, chancellor of Germany. And she wasn't happy about it. When she learned from Der...
  • 'Two Americas' -- now more than ever

    There were two great speeches at the 2004 Democratic Convention -- and, in a way, they complemented each other. The first, by a young state senator from Illinois, rejected the notion that America is hopelessly divided politically into blue states and...
  • Get serious: Shut the whole thing down!

    As luck would have it, I had two interesting experiences last week: visiting my granddaughter's kindergarten class; and watching Republicans in the House of Representatives deal with their constitutional responsibility to pass a budget. The two events...