Bi-partisan American protectionism might rule the day ladies and gentlemen. They want it. We don't want to give it.
The Bush Adminstration has never let the facts get in the way of a good talking point.
The drive to teach Creationism in Pennsylvania public schools will hurt Pennsylvanians.
Every politician has a skeleton in the closet . . . but this gives "PR disaster" a whole new meaning.
...the accompanying Charter of Rights and Freedoms has become the biggest political hot potato in Canadian History.
Here are some of the most significant bugs from the past week in the BugBlog.
If I cared I'd find out what the band's name means. It's just not my cup of already-scabbing blood.
Crest Of A Knave won Jethro Tull a Grammy and as it turned out it was voted the best metal album!
BY TEMPLE A. STARK -- Expectations of growling death metal aside, these guys are impure melodic punk.
I enjoyed watching this DVD set immensely. The Eagles are one of my favorite bands and they always have been.
So the problem is that none of the women recording these so-called "answer tracks" are NOT dissing the Twinz!
If that's not about community, I don't know what is.
Vegans and sadomasochism: Amy ponders whether the two go together...
From the Greeks more than two thousand years ago to Eugene Antoniadi in the mid 1900s, Europeans have made...
There are millions of Christian Americans who hold moderate to progressive views -- or who are, at the very least, offended by the Religious Right’s extremist political rhetoric.
Wichita's BTK Strangler, Dennis Rader, embodies Hannah Arendt's "banality of evil..."
Little rich girl turned model turned bounty hunter turned druggie turned corpse. Domino Harvey died Monday.
A friend of mine told me she despised Orlaith on Big Brother because “She’s always getting naked”.
One of the best of the year, folks. That's what The Duke would assume.
Clint Eastwood and Curtis Hanson to host an evening dedicated to the father of Dirty Harry.
When we deal with strangers, we accept the façade they offer - even, sometimes, the stranger in the mirror...
Since I shot Alien Ness at the RSC Anniversary, he's been one of my favorite B-Boys to watch.
She wants to be a Hilton. Only problem? She’ll make a lousy Hilton. And this is a good thing.
I knew that War of the Worlds would play like a mash-up of Spielberg movies. Perhaps he'd remix the hunt for Cruise in Minority Report with the reversed humanity of robots in AI over the constant drumbeat of terrified prey in Jurassic Park. Little was I prepared last night to be slapped with hints of three entirely different Spielberg movies: Schindler's List and Saving Private Ryan and Amistad. No joke.
Courage "on the shores of Tripoli," in the first U.S. war on terror in the Mid-East—in 1805.
By TEMPLE A. STARK - A simple book for a simple but powerful program. (Photos included in review)
Getting hit 280 times by fastballs only landed Craig Biggio on the DL once.
Impossible to describe and even harder to turn off.