Monthly Archives: March 2005

Dense poets society

By Thomas Lifson American Thinker | March 21, 2005 Poetry is a window on the human soul. Sad to say, American poetry has fallen on hard times. At least that branch of it represented by the dozen or so poets … Continue reading

Another U.N. Scandal

By Alyssa A. Lappen | March 16, 2005 Given the oil-for-food and peace-keepers-for-sex scandals in the United Nations of late, one might expect the press corps covering that international body to conduct their own business in the most scrupulous … Continue reading

Poetry, terror and political narcissism

By Alyssa A. Lappen | March 4, 2005 Poetry is a window on the human soul. But the politics of American poetry, in recent years have veered into more and more radical territory, as an increasing number of poets … Continue reading

Witless for Peace

By Alyssa A. Lappen | March 3, 2005 Did you know that the U.S. (not Castro) has impoverished Cuba through its 40-year embargo, has waged war with Colombia, and has perpetuated an “epidemic” of unfair trade practices via the … Continue reading