Peter Lemiska column
Peter Lemiska is a freelance writer and former Senior Special Agent of the U.S. Secret Service. He has a BA degree in psychology.
Having spent more than 28 years in government, including eight years in the Air Force, he is deeply concerned about various issues affecting our society, particularly ethics in government.
Peter has lived abroad at various times for more than seven years, and had the opportunity to learn Italian. More importantly, his extensive worldwide travel has given him a broad perspective on American politics.
You can see more of Peter's opinion pieces at opinioneditorials.com. He welcomes feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Linda Tripp is NOT like us
December 8, 2003
Well, Linda Tripp is in the news again. Her recent interview by Larry King resurrected a lot of memories about a sordid affair that most of us would rather . . .
November 30, 2003
If our American soldiers in Baghdad were shocked and awed by the President's surprise Thanksgiving Day visit, Senator Clinton must have been absolutely . . .
Our flawed electoral process
November 6, 2003
People across the country were fascinated, amused, delighted, and outraged by California's recall election. Voters there blamed the governor's incompetence for . . .