Charles Moore dares to say in the London Telegraph what few would dare even to think on this side of the Atlantic, and with which perhaps only the British can fully sympathize: that the war on terror is boring.  --  Moore is a somewhat eccentric freelance journalist who has published in about 40 English-language magazines and newspapers over the past dozen years on a wide variety of disparate topics that he finds interesting, which he summarizes as follows:  ìcomputers / politics / culture / religion / philosophy; powerboating and sailing / the marine design, shipbuilding, and commercial fishing industries / health and wellness / and other topics.  He does his best to plug the Macintosh platform wherever and whenever he can in his writing.î ...


This humorous take-off of Woody Guthrieís ìThis Land is My Landî is a hilarious commentary on the asinine character of campaign rhetoric in the 2004 election. -- At nearly 4MB, it unfortunately takes quite a while to download on a dial-up modem....


Kevin Horrigan admires William Kristol. You have to admire someone who just wonít give up....