Yes, I found a little bit of good in the Cubs' loss last night.
A sad look back at my cat, Roscoe.
CA Democrats, taking a page from the DC Republicans' playbook, want to take full control of the state with no checks, no balances. It started with redistricting ...
Amazon Web Services rolled out a new version of their software last night. Nobody is happy about it.
There are laws against discriminating against minorities who want to buy a home, but some lenders still appear to be using discriminatory practices that hinder them from achieving the American Dream.
There's nothing more pathetic than watching a right-winger apologize for bloated CEO pay. In the latest example of this hackneyed genre, one Howard Owens oozes forth on Blogcritics:
As expected, Apple delivered iTunes for Windows today. They threw in a few other things, too.
"Another Postcard" - Barenaked Ladies
Montreal Punk fans go on the rampage after a gig by The Exploited was cancelled...
So, are the bulldozers bad - or just the people who use them? Caterpillar sues Disney over the negative portrayal of digging equipment.
Lowell Bergman investigates Chasing the Sleeper Cell Thursday on most PBS stations, a companion to the 10,000 word story he co-wrote in Sunday's NYT.
It looks like Congress may again tread into the dangerous waters of means testing for Medicare.