Bernard-Henri Lévy: What Is Really Happening in Athens In an affair like this one, which is political as much as economic, and where the highly inflammable matter being toyed with is a people, their pride, their memory, their revolt, their survival, one would like to have seen things handled more deftly.
Margaret Cho: See U Next Tuesday You Monster When you don't have friends and you have to give your not-friends cards that denote love and write their names on a paper that you would rather curse than bless, it causes problems later in life, in particular, with love.
Daria Morgendorffer: What I Think About Valentine's Day I always assumed that when The Huffington Post finally begged me to write for them, I'd take a cue from my fellow celebrities and blog about a humanitarian issue dear to my heart. Yet here I am being asked to write about Valentine's Day, I suppose because they thought my somewhat low tolerance for sentimentality would make it amusing.
Laurie David: The Prince's Speech Last spring, right on the heels of one of the biggest events in his life, his son's wedding -- and with the eyes of the world upon his family -- Prince Charles came to the United States to deliver a speech at Georgetown University about the future of food.