Guest columnists

November 24, 2010

We can be thankful even in the midst of hardship and sorrow

Martin Rinkert was a minister in the town of Eilenburg, Germany, in the early 1600s. He was the son of a poor coppersmith, but managed to […]
November 24, 2010

The Moon Hoax: Journalism gone amuck

Newspapers are generally known for their objectivity and trying to print, as the New York Times, put it, “all the news that’s fit to print.” That […]
November 24, 2010

Bush’s legacy: Blood on his hands

As George W. Bush hawks his memoir, “Decision Points,” he seems especially driven to justify his decision to invade and occupy Iraq. He emphasizes how sickened […]
November 24, 2010

Wise words from a ‘Letter to the Editor’

I drank my first cup of coffee this morning while reading the letters to the editor section of my local newspaper. At the top was one […]