The Berkeley Beacon

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Fighting Dutchman: Wilders battles radical Islam

If Islamic extremists delighted in Sept. 11, they must now be even more pleased by our waning...

Emerson foodcart a giant flop

Only an extremely meticulous guide to Boston eateries would include the Emerson Cafe's summer...

Crash-n-burn Clinton

Traditionally, when politicians realize that they no longer have a chance at winning a race-in...

Our unknown soldiers, revealed

When the U.S. death toll in Iraq passed 4,000, I started considering the human cost of war. How...

Debacle as oracle: Learning from Iraq

There have been missteps. At this point, maybe, they're irreversible.,Against a backdrop of ...

4,000 US dead in Iraq: Marking a grim milestone

Five years after coalition forces stormed and seized Baghdad, the conflict still lacks what...

Picture imperfect: Iconic photos obscure the truth

Many Emersonians plan to make a career out of capturing images; whether through filmmaking or...

Glass jaw, hollow man: Irreparably flawed Obama

With a spate of scandals breaking over his head and the press finally scrutinizing his atypical...

Giving it their worst: The Clintons#039; racial rhetoric

Although she is behind in delegates even after Tuesday's victories in Texas and Ohio, the former...

Insignificant Nader

While many believed Sen. John McCain would be this year's most decrepit presidential candidate,...

Space crunch strains Emerson

In 2006, Emerson officially opened the Piano Row Residence Hall and closed the West Side of...

Barack the borrower

Clinton's specious assertion that Obama lifted lines from Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick's...

A man in full: The complexity of John McCain

In his early days at the naval academy, it seems he happened to observe an upperclassman abusing...

There won#039;t be blood

"I was devastated when the nurse turned me away," the musical theater major recalls.,On Jan. 10,...

Sen. Obama#039;s outrageous messiah complex

Barack Obama has come a long way in a short time, evolving from promising rookie to towering...