The good news is you really don't need to know what I just said and we all know anything created by the French shouldn't be taken seriously.
A compilation of Barry Manilow: more Manilow, all the time.
Protect nation. War on terror, critical mission, defend our homeland. terrorists who wish to harm us; cells. Kill our citizens.
The White House press corps finally dared ask Scott McClellan about Karl Rove -- 33 times.
Robert Earl got a coveted job in the Pentagon, in spite of ties to the Iran-Contra scandal.
Liberal talk radio hosts, including Air America Radio, trended ahead of Rush Limbaugh in key Florida demographics.
It has been revealed that Karl Rove was one of the sources who outed CIA agent Valerie Plame. Now what?
Somehow the morons...are too stupid to understand that [this]...has absolutely no affect on the health of the mother.
Aid to Africa finances oppressive regimes, discourages economic development and destroys lives.
Specter's suggestion is that we name O'Connor Chief Justice, even though she's retiring, and even though Rehnquist has not yet retired.
Monday's longball contest goes international. Who will win it? I think I know.
Shakespearean is an adjective that might well be applied to this beautifully structured play ...
So called classless societies have been developed but have proved failures as elites have formed to lord privileges over those less fortunate.
Sleep, does anyone ever get enough? Most of us can relate to waking up in the
College is for white women; jail is for black men: welcome to education in America
Do we really have a healthcare crisis in America? Everyone from the poorest citizens to multi-national companies seem to agree that we do, and that the only question is who should pay for it. The real question, however, is not how to pay down the healthcare crisis, but why Americans are so fixated on being sick..
Had he been killed in one of the numerous military encounters of his career as a Revolutionary War patriot, he would have gone down, undoubtedly, as one of the 3 or 4 greatest heroes of the Cause. But, surviving - though crippled from his wounds as he was - he instead became the most reviled of any soldier in American history.
...you can tell you’ve crossed a boundary the moment you get out of your car.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for July 11, 2005
Not much of an improvement disc-wise, yet the film keeps getting better.
Murderball documents the U.S. Quadriplegic Rugby Team as they strive for the gold medal at the 2004 Paralympic Games in Athens, Greece.
Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi effectively displays the differences between common captiousness and passive-aggressive behavior.
An atmospheric and scary horror film about six women who undertake a caving expedition and encounter more than just bats.
In his 1998 documentary entitled, Little Dieter Needs to Fly, veteran German filmmaker Werner Herzog examines the life of Dieter Dengler
I have never needed Depends, except when reading Dave Barry's excruciatingly funny Big Trouble.
Salt has been money, provoked wars, consecrated crowned heads and marriage vows, cured corpses and cucumbers...