The day has finally dawned. The US Presidential Election. Oh me, oh my. My stomach is in knots, I have a caffeine induced headache, and I'm prowling the flat virtually glued to the internet for any news.
A lot of this difference no doubt comes from our different family traditions.
Ballot cast, volunteering done, we await the result and contemplate the future.
Why would anyone want to be president, especially now? Two words: action and power.
The New Tape and What We Can't Conclude From It
Joan Vennochi illustrates the blind faith of zealous campaign finance reformers
Hitchens flip-flops, Kaus goes insane.
One thing I value is consistency, so I'm very interested to see the reaction to a reversed repeat of 2000.
Saying its more entertaining than the other candidates, it becomes an unofficial candidate in the 2004 presidential election.
Myth: If a Libertarian is elected, government will devolve into anarchy and chaos.
One out of five voting machines not working as Precinct 4068 in Delray Beach, Florida opens.
Federal courts in the battleground state of Ohio have handed the Republicans a setback in using the third scheme in this election.
So then, the judgment is in your hands. I humbly await your verdict.
And the winner is...
I have no time for Bin Laden's video, and I wish Republicans felt the same way.
The latest biography of Alfred Hitchcock is a treasure trove of information about the director, the Hollywood studio system, and more.
Chris Onstad's online strip in a real paper collection...
Wallpaper rock. 12 bar progressions. Guitar licks. Drum fills. Into this tuneless desert Dylan spat his lyric in a cadence unknown to poets, rappers, auctioneers, or his audience.
...the owner of a ridiculously burnished voice that invites overbaked comparisons to old leather, mellow whiskey and prairie afternoons.
Singer turned actress Minnie Driver returns again to song in her debut release.
Just my two cents about the casting of 50 Cent...