Missy Comley Beattie

Missy Beattie has written for National Public Radio and Nashville Life Magazine. She was an instructor of memoirs writing at Johns Hopkins’ Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in BaltimoreEmail: missybeat@gmail.com

Yes, Virginia, There is a Rumsfeld

Open Wounds

One Year After the Death of Chase Comley

Bush’s Stunning Admission to Larry King: "I Do It All Over Again"

Ready, Aim, Fear

Ann Coulter and Rev. Fred Phelps: a Romance

The Never-Ending Worry

A Few Good Men … and Women

Marching for Peace

Serving at the Decider’s Pleasure

The Boy President Who Cried, "Wolf"

Missing in America

Dangerous-to-Society Women

How Many Brinks to Pass?

Tending the Pieces of Our Hearts

A Plea to the Marines

The Stepford Hearings of Samuel Alito

How My Mother Went From Being the Chair of the Local Republican Party to a Screaming Progressive

Christmas Without Chase

"Most Americans Don’t Know Who or Where the Wounded Are"

Home on the Range

Trent Lott’s Untroubled Sleep

CSI: Iraq

Neoconservatism is Never Having to Mean You’re Sorry