Shrek 2 is an example of perhaps the rarest of sequels...
Shrek! Pirates! Bugs Bunny! Gram Motherf**king Parsons!
As the far Lefties squawk, Bush prepares for a second term in office.
America lost yesterday ...
The Bush Administration's enormous unpopularity overseas leads me to worry that the rest of the world will infer from this result something dark about the American people.
According to Brokaw, this election was a "bloodbath" for Democrats. Will the DNC finally ask Chairman McAuliffe to step down?
Bush wins. Decency and intelligence lose. What choice remains for progressives? Fight or flee.
The people have spoken...
How does CNN call Wisconsin and Nevada when they're not comfortable calling Ohio?
Nor are their allegations of massive voter fraud by minority voters legitimate.
Thinking about yesterday...and the days ahead
Republicans retain White House, make gains in Senate and House...
Sober thinking about why Bush might have lost...even if he wins
Rock synchronicity on the radio (sort of).
Multiple Grammy-award winner Jimmy Sturr offers up a rock/polka fusion of some classics of the '50s.
Where once political protesting through music was relegated to angry punk rockers or pudgy folk artists, everyone is getting into the game now. Green Day, Eminem, A Perfect Circle, Bruce Springsteen. Thanks to George W. Bush, who is bringing back 80s style anti-Reagan level hysteria.
So what is the deal with this Knuckle Tap thing we all do? You know, when we try to be all "street." When did it become cool and when will it go away?
Just as Continental was falling to pieces, Crandall's people went to the Department of Transportation and demanded a monthly public announcement of ever airline's on-time performance---a policy they knew would hurt Continental disproportionately.