Schultheis critiques the latest crop of television ads.
The winter of 2011-2012 is starting to bear an uncomfortable resemblance to 1976-77, and Schultheis is channeling the Anasazi…
It would take several encyclopedias to detail the signs that our beloved nation has been hijacked and set on a suicidal, homicidal course by the scions of the corporate and political world.
Ten-million rainbows, and a flock of pelicans.
Schultheis reflects on another “putrescent piece of product pandering.”
Is a race toward self-destruction the inevitable byproduct of development? Schultheis reflects on the price of so-called progress.
“It didn’t take Sherlock Holmes to tell me I wasn’t going to like going into the hospital, or surgery, one little bit.” Schultheis, Part II in The Cancer Wars .
A report from the front in the war on cancer.
Coyotes and wolves and prairie dogs: Schultheis has some advice for those who say they should be exterminated.
Schultheis’s alter-ego Wahab waves “sayonara to Napoleon the Cancer, who is no more.”
Commonplace, acceptable behavior, in the Benighted Estates of Hysteria.
The average American probably thinks the “hoplite” is a new brand of micro-brew, but in reality it’s an ancient historical phenomenon that many scholars say is a key factor in the survival of nations.
The alliance of cancer (“Napoleon”) and Hep-C (“Hitler-itis”) “not good,” says columnist Rob Schultheis
A life-changing vision from the shadowlands of long ago.
Thunder on the Wilsons and memories of war in Afghanistan.
…and the reported causes of resentment.
Thank God I’ve still got enough brain power left to recognize a windfall when it comes my way!
A shocking story about Bush Administration ties to al-Qaeda
“I’ve wandered through life like the village idiot with everything exploding, collapsing and disintegrating all around me, whistling a merry tune….”
"This is one of those rare moments in history when change for the common good is actually possible; we shouldn’t waste it." Schultheis on the demise of Osama bin Laden.