From the pundits...
A scene more bizarre than American TV or films could imagine. I hope Tom Wolfe is in Paris taking notes.
A portion of the American populace now seems to think it was an invasion not an election.
The Boston Globe can't bear to label Arafat as a kleptocrat, but readers can connect the dots.
Also - Why Murdoch is a fiendish fiend, in an impartial manner, of course.
Fun and CG beauty, spiced with just a touch of seriousness. Another triumph for Pixar.
So I've enjoyed my first graphic novel...
The goal: to write a novel in 30 days. What type of writers is the official book that supports this endeavor good for?
Secrets abound in D.C., but sometimes, the biggest secrets are right under your nose..
Memories may be fleeting, but they do come back..
Second part of a series - good effort by major writer; not up to the standard of Lonesome Dove; padded.
There are numerous barriers between claiming to be the victim of a crime and collecting money as a result.
I guess it all comes down to the fact that they don't understand why we don't like people like Michael Moore, Noam Chomsky, and others who attack something so important to us, and something that makes up the fabric of who we are.