In their response the Bush's SOU speech last night, Pelosi & Reid had a dazed look on their faces. Dare I say, they looked like Democrats caught in the headlights?
I said it would happen. Common Iraqis are getting fed up with terrorism and taking matters into their own hands.
A new term. The same speech.
Watching the State of the Union message last night, one could feel the bewilderment and pain of Democrats.
Thanks to Iraq, I'm tired of being a "liberal progressive." Seriously.
Howard Dean, front-runner for chairman of the Democratic Party, will have a hard time increasing party support in "red" states...
The Pernice Brothers' first live album is good, just not as good as their classic studio works, GRADE: B
Angel of Retribution, in stores March 1, 2005, is the 16th studio album by Judas Priest in 28 years and features the return of original vocalist Rob Halford, last heard on 1990’s Painkiller.
A near-perfect compilation from Mötley Crüe... GRADE: B
Lamb of God are banned from appearing in a venue in Los Angeles controlled by the Faithful Central Bible Church.
Calling it a "masterpiece" might be a stretch.
In the jury pool for the Michael Jackson case.
Come on.... sureLy it's crossed your miNd....
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for February 03, 2005
As I look around, I see a more pernicious form of segregation today than I saw 30 years ago. It appears to me that we are moving farther and farther away from a "color blind" society and closer and closer to a more subtle, but no less distinct, form of segregation.
An American photographer and a Japanese poet met in a New York City café.
"Uh huh, you mean that same one that be down Second and Tenth?" says the one on his right, wearing a skimpy blouse button bared. "No, what chu talking. I mean that one, you know, the other day down First and Third." "You crazy, that was Tenth." "No, Third." "Second and Tenth. you crazy?"