No wonder the American press is taking a pass on the real story in Egypt, which is our nation's collusion with the fanatical murderous cult of Wahabbism, and the wealthy Saudis who fund it.
Schultheis addresses the letter complaining about Colorado’s gun control stance in the Aug. 1 edition of The Watch.
In the past 12 years, we have seen our freedoms tossed away like so much garbage because of a single terrorist attack by a tiny group of deranged psychopaths.
Skiing? It was out of the question; on his last attempt, three winters ago, he had fallen into a tree well beside the trail and found that he couldn’t get up, no matter how hard he tried.
Ours has to be the most irresponsible, reprehensible, irrational generation to ever populate the earth.
Exploring Canyonlands, where the pictographs and petroglyphs the Anasazis left behind on the cliffs only added to the feeling one was trespassing on alien territory.
RG3 is just one example of the star NFL players who have been knocked out of the playoff games by injuries, or are gimping around at half their usual effectiveness; ironically, the athletes have go...
The picture of Afghanistan Americans have gotten from the press is false through and through.
I have no political ax to grind in Afghanistan, beyond a deep and abiding affection for the country and its people. I have visited there 31 times since 1972, making me the only journalist who saw...
Schultheis’ New Year’s resolutions would solve overpopulation, end racism and, for God’s sake, recycle!
A nation’s foreign policy is a reflection of its philosophy, and the U.S. gets an “F.”
In Dispatches, Rob Schultheis writes that “expecting a corporation to have a conscience is like asking the same of a Great White Shark, or a virus.”
Schultheis asks, “Is it really ‘patriotic’ to contribute less to your country?”
Republicans used to be much better than this; men like Eisenhower, Ford, and yes, Richard Nixon believed deeply in political compromise for the common good; they were patriots first and Republicans...
"I wasn’t the only [Mountainfilm] attendee struck by the way reality here in Telluride resonated with the themes of global climate change, drought and a world gone generally awry.”
There is really no one like Jon Turk, and nothing remotely like his remarkable books – Cold Oceans , In the Wake of the Jomon and The Raven’s Gift .
In which the author rails against the New York sporting press.
Fantasy mea culpas and fine-art highjinks that will never come to pass …
‘Showbiz never had it so good.’ Schultheis reviews the standup comics vying for the Republican nomination.
Battling cancer and Hep C is “about as much fun as having a wisdom tooth pulled by a first-year dental student.”