This Bush Recall site must be about the best reasonably legitimate partisan attack on the president that I've seen.
"He didn't bullshit we journalists and it was people he cared about, the ordinary people," Sonia tells me. The killing of Sergio Vieira de Mello by a Baghdad bomb robs the world of one of the UN's finest.
Using melodrama to sell sensitivity: we all deserve better.
In the midst of the great blackout, it seems that most people "forgot" to buy their tickets for the epic skateboarding adventure Grind.
'The Warriors' is a classic movie. Why bother remaking it?
Entertainment Weekly and others say the fix is in
An initial response from Apple Computer to a rant here was so icy that it came as welcome relief in the heatwave. The (almost) surprising thaw that followed leaves three questions still unanswered. Dream on.
Despite the RIAA's fondest hopes, music is not going back to being a product handed down from on high from executives in tall office buildings in Los Angeles and Manhattan. Eliot Van Buskirk's new book explains how the revolution is being digitized.
The Last Place on Earth" describes the race for the South Pole: no rattling yarn of derring do, but a piercing analysis of the differences in personality, management style and philosophy of exploration that meant that one side (Amundsen) won the race, and came back safe and well, and the other (Scott) lost the race, and perished on their return. Fascinating, and full of lessons to be drawn for life and business.
Al Franken finds himself apologizing for playing crank yanker with Attorney General Ashcroft on letterhead belonging to an organization at Harvard
Now that Owens is out in the cold, looking for a new point of entry, how will he be remembered musically by Judas Priest fans?
Proving to be more than a beautiful big-boobed blond, Mary Carey brings excitement to the California recall election, plus makes it more interesting with unique issue positions. See some of the things she said when I talked to her last week, and hear them LIVE on 970 WFLA's A.M. Tampa Bay.