A tough way to end the year...
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for December 31, 2004
How a post about art got to the Governor's office
Dead At 94
I anticipate that we will see some great things from him in the future. Unfortunately, “Fields of Crimson” will not be counted among them.
Thank God for iTunes. It's how I discovered a real treat in the new album Like You Like an Arsonist.
A House staffer once told me that the tv series "The West Wing" is like crack cocaine for liberals.
Despite reports of an improving economy, charities are experiencing an increase in the number of people asking for help to pay the rent or feed their children.
What you can do to help with relief for the greatest disaster of the twenty-first century
The Bush administration has issued a new directive retreating from its previously permissive view of torture.
All Facts and Opinions' take on news in the year that was.
"Thank you all very much. For those of you coming to Crawford, I look forward to not seeing you."
Scores and predictions...
Neocons will hate this book. Moderates will feel enlightened and emboldened. Liberals will enjoy the occasional pot-shots at Neocons and want more.
The subtitle gives us Chastain’s mission in the book: “How to Play Hard, Play Fair and Put the Fun Back into Competitive Sports.” Her target audience is young soccer players and their parents and, for what it is, this is a good book.
Gordon MacKenzie details his experience as "Creative Paradox" at Hallmark in Orbiting the Giant Hairball, a book that defies description.
The challenge in understanding how we acquire language is in its boundless power. Steven Pinker's "Words and Rules" is a good start.
The basic message of this DVD is that Dan Brown's book is interesting enough, but you haven’t heard the half of it.
The greatest and funniest band in the history of the world teaming back up for a movie? One word: Wow...