London, accept the war we have with radical Islam. This is not terrrorism at all.
Can I step back and point out the actual scale of yesterday's London bombings?
A few uninformed people still claim, incredibly, that they have not seen any Islamic leaders condemn such attacks.
Take up the White Man's burden/In patience to abide,/To veil the threat of terror/And check the show of pride;/By open speech and simple,/An hundred times made plain/To seek another's profit,/And work another's gain.
If you are feeling vengeful over the London attacks, think. More violence will not improve a dire situation.
Isn’t our best response to show that they can’t scare us and we will never surrender any part of what makes us better than them?
I don't pray often. But I pray that our leaders will gain wisdom after today's London bombings.
Current reports number thirty seven confirmed fatalities.
Sufjan Stevens returns with his second state album. Yep, that's really it this week.
If you haven't heard these 100 albums, you need to re-think your priorities in life.
Warning: this review contains references to unions and other materials offensive to people of a conservative bent. Read at your own risk
Strong effort from sideproject of BNL's Page (Grade=B)
The only standard government enforces is making every minority happy and comfortable and not offending anybody.
The intention behind the book: to make logic accessible and enjoyable for students.
This is a rich resource for the discerning movie viewer, and can help settle arguments, too.
Comics veteran Dennis O'Neil turns the big-screen Bat into novel (and movie tie-in).
Sour dreams are made of this. The rise and fall of a Hollywood wannabe.
The movie should be split into two parts (farts might better describe the sections of the film: Producer Brain Fart #1 and Producer Brain Fart #2).
A NYC Catholic girl seeks a Catholic boy, with horrific results.
The couple you love to hate presents earth-shattering news ...
You may notice Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin, who was photoshopped into the "Conference of Vigilance" (G8) picture.
Keep your teen drivers safe, put a traffic cop under the dash.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for July 07, 2005
McDonald's continues its attempt to use hip hop to update their brand, this time via a uniform redesign.
...So I haven't written much of late because I've been out in my garage matting art. ...