Will makes a particularly sharp demonstration of the purely legally arbitrary nature of the Roe decision
The Boston Globe covers both tightening tyranny in Russia and feminist interpretations of pop-diva Madonna.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for January 02, 2005
As much as I adore Reggie White for what he did for the Packers I am never quite at rest with him and what he believed.
Gorgeous melody, soulful vocals, and trademark synths add up to a new Erasure classic.
The movie begins at the end, and fasts backwards to the beginning of despair of manhood. "Bob had bitch tits." The support group for testicular cancer survivors portends the emasculation our society has embraced, wept over, and become addicted to.
Was it a good year for film? Not exactly. Was it a bad year? Maybe. Was there still stuff worth seeing? Definitely. Will I stop talking like Robert Evans? Read the article.
Stephen Ambrose wrote of personalities and motives impelling a single great enterprise, the building of the transcontinental railroad.
The book weighs almost ten pounds and boasts 68,647 brilliant cartoons from men and women I've admired for years...