I have a modest proposal for how the president can make up to black folks for these NAACP snubs...
President Bush is reaching out to a mix of Republicans and (surprise, surprise) Democrats.
About 1800 people come to eat and drink and take a quick glimpse of another culture
Barry Bonds, the admitted steroid-taking slugger, is still not ready to come back.
Freda Wright Sorce was killed in a tragic automobile accident on Sunday in the Ocean City, MD area.
..the Peltier case has clearly not received the quality of attention that it deserves and that the collective voice of the Native American is still waiting to be heard by a government which has been all too willing, throughout US history, to silence it. The spirit of the Native Americans beg you - listen.
Another athlete opens his mouth, and presto, instant idiot. At least that’s what I thought at first.
Brad Pitt checked himself into a Los Angeles hospital last night, complaining of flu symptoms
Dr. Doom is the Julia Roberts of the Marvel Universe.
"We're very excited to be able to offer this expanded coverage to the public," said NASA's Associate Administrator for Space Operations
What percentage of your life is spent watching meaningless cable programs?
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for July 12, 2005
In late 2001, after fifteen years as the main force behind DCC's success, Marshall Blonstein resigned as President and Chairman of The Board of DCC Compact Classics to form Audio Fidelity.
Needless to say, I'm not too fanatically attached to the soundtrack of my teen years; Graveyards are for the dead.
This year has been a great year for drama, but quite lackluster for the comedy genre, which is still in mourning after losing Sex & The City, Friends, Frasier, and you might as well say Will & Grace. Which is why it is so brilliant of ABC to submit its megahit Desperate Housewives into the comedy category--it has hardly any competition.
Could there be a "chick-flick" about the relationship between two gay guys?
A young black girl is raped and severely beaten by two white men in a racist southern town in Mississippi.
The 120 million dollar film War of the Worlds starring Tom Cruise, Dakota Fanning, Tim Robbins, and Miranda Otto fails to impress.
Fantastic Four is a fun movie, but don't get me wrong it has no uplifting value or worth.
Real-time comments that occured during the 76th annual Midsummer Classic, for your reading (dis?)pleasure.
The author presents arguments in favor of an interpretation of the Religion Clauses to support regulating religious conduct that harms others.
Pretty explosive stuff detailing how terrorists get their money to carry out attacks.
Hunter S. Thompson will take his last flight. Happy landings!