Rayman Nedzel lives inside the Beltway, but thinks outside of the box.
JAN-FEB 2002 | Local
The current trend in everyday conversation is to use large words- grand, or rather, grandiose words.
MAY-JUNE 2001 | Express
Just spell No. In his freshman year as President, Junior is acting very sophomoric. According to an NPR report, Bush proudly claims to have spent a whole 5 hours going over, in detail, his new budget.
OCT-NOV 2000 | Local
Over and over again we hear the standard stump speech place blame on the opponent for anything badpoverty, school violence, the hole in the ozone, obesity; and meanwhile claim responsibility for anything goodthe creation of jobs, the bull market, the saving of sea turtles, and the bright colors of the flag.
AUG-SEPT 2002 | Local
If you can read this, thank a teacher.
Visualize World Peace.
Maryland Terps No.1! Maryland Terps No.1!
Im stuck in DC traffic.
The Market is driving off a bridge. I only want to cross a bridge.
JULY-AUG 2001 | Local
Poor Nina Totenberg. Her name has been attached to the most widely, albeit politely, spammed email ever about the NEA, NPR and PBS.
DEC 00-JAN 01 | Express
Lost in all the frenzy about who won the election was the fact that more money was spent on this campaign than any other in history.