This is that rare book that lets us laugh at someone else's childhood disasters and let go of our own at the same time.
You'd think a 74-year old man would not be able to portray such an environment with any accuracy.
William Safire says that "America's quality media are now wading through the Slough of Despond... self-flagellation, handwringing and narcissism..."
What kind of loving God controls through fear and intimidation? Wouldn't we take a child away from a parent that acted in much the same way?
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for January 24, 2005
In late May 1903, Horatio Nelson Jackson, a retired doctor from Vermont, set out to drive to New York City for a $50 bet.
Josie and the Pussycats isn't a great movie. And, to be honest, no one really intended it to be...
I have the gift, I tell ya.
Billy Idol has chosen 2005 to release his first album of new material in over 10 years.
The story of Robert Symons is interesting and moving. In what was to become a lifetime pattern of diligence
The conversation swervin’ with a mental that’s suburban it's like your drinking bourbon head wrapped in a turban Too tight...
How dare they make music AND be successful?
A charity record that won't suck?
"Walk A Mile In My Shoes," one of his two Billboard-charting singles, is one of the greatest soul records ever made.
Jimmy Smith truly is "Incredible" on this 4 disc set.
Some of our friends on the left are fond of calling themselves members of the "reality-based community"...
The pseudo-blog which claims to represent 48% of America prepares to go mainstream.
The GOP now controls all branches of Georgia's Government, but what are they going to do?
Now you can have a single card for your atm, drivers license, credit card, passport and history of subversive activity...