I know I said I would update the last post, but then it drifted out of the spotlight, so I changed my mind. Sorry. (Updated)
Bill Moyers offers a trenchant illustration of why this country's drift towards oligarchy is irreversible.
Carpetbaggers like Warren Buffet, and even some Californians, don't understand Proposition 13. It wasn't just a tax limitation: it put a cap (at least temporarily) on corruption and compulsive, unbridled spending.
This evening we will have a scheduled downtime for around 30 minutes.
We have become too used to perceiving physical and mental illness through the lens of "disorder of the week" movies. Such offerings often strip the conditions of their complexity.
What I'd like to tell the big-media film critics can't be displayed here. It's a family blog.
Rhino Records' spiffy new reissue of this indispensible 70's NYC rock classic.
It's gettin' hot in here.
In Ole Miss' ongoing efforts to be more "inclusive" and shed its image as a relic of the Confederate South, Colonel Rebel was banned from football games this year.