Monthly Archives: August 2006

Admadinejad Debates Bush

President Ahmadinejad – President Bush, thank you for at last responding to my letter to you, which I wrote in May 2006. I thought perhaps you were overwhelmed by my logic and could offer no refutation. President Bush – Don’t kid yourself. I just didn’t want to communicate with a terrorist. PA – And I, […]

Posted in George W. Bush, Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Nuclear Weapons, Rape, Women's Rights

Dick Cheney Intensifies Attacks on Lamont and other Enemies

Many cowardly liberal isolationists are demanding I apologize for accusing Ned Lamont of helping “Al Qaeda types” realize their “bet they can ultimately break the will of the American people” and ruin our ability to “stay in the fight and complete the task.”  I shan’t take that back nor my trenchant comment that the Democratic […]

Posted in Al Qaeda, Dick Cheney, Osama bin Laden

Fidel Castro Poised for Immortality

Last week the imperialists again unleashed their lies, wishfully proclaiming I was either dead or incapacitated.  In fact, I was neither.  I was recovering remarkably well from surgery to stop intestinal bleeding.  The Cuban people didn’t need to know whether I had cancer or diverticulosis or some other ailment.  They only yearned for reassurance their […]

Posted in Cuba, Fidel Castro

Why Israel and Palestine Must Become One State

In April last year I wrote a column noting there will always be intolerable discord between Jews and Arabs until Israel helps Palestine build a free and independent state.  This is not a fantasy…fantastic is the continuing belief that current trends will ever lead to peace.  Growing numbers of Israeli Jews want Israeli Arabs to […]

Posted in Gaza, Israel, Middle East, Palestine

Diego Rivera Denies his Art is Politically Naïve

I am tired of being hounded about my political beliefs, which I’m prouder of than anything except my murals and paintings.  People still say, “How could so gifted an artist be such a political nincompoop?”  Perhaps, then, I should respond that though I was an ardent communist until my death almost a half century ago, […]

Posted in Art, Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, Mexico, Mexico City, Murals, Museums, Nelson Rockefeller, Painters

Mel Gibson to Bring Peace to Middle East

I’m an alcoholic.  I’ve been an alcoholic all my adult life, and my disease has been a battle.  I’ve battled it to stay sober and when intoxicated I’ve struggled to get drunker.  I’m the same as any other drunk.  It doesn’t matter that I’m rich and famous and handsome and a renowned authority on religious […]

Posted in Jews, Mel Gibson, Middle East, Movies

Top Adviser Offers Blueprint of Mexico’s Future

All Mexican presidential candidates launched their 2006 campaigns by acknowledging that I more than anyone had mastered the essential issues and formed astonishing plans to propel our country out of Third World quicksand and into the cherished state of First World existence.  I was thus going to be the foremost adviser no matter who won […]

Posted in Mexico, Mexico City