From the sphere of clueless bloggers, a former Boston Herald sports reporter mistook a sports journalism blog for the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue and, thinking it acceptable to drool over women, described his lust for one of his students. The result: job termination.
After yet another terrorist attack on mass transit, the people want answers. Our Republican leadership is giving up spin.
How do they feel about terrorism?
The left is looking for anything to derail President Bush's nominee to the Supreme Court, John Roberts. They appear to be grasping at straws as anyone but the shrillest lefties like Barbara Boxer and Teddy Kennedy are saying Roberts is a stand up guy, bright and qualified. Some are now saying there will not be a filibuster to block his appointment.
The Karl Rove scandal continues to expand and become more damaging with each passing day. Rove's supporters are blissfully unaware that they are associating themselves and their political movement with a man and an operation that has intentionally and purposefully conferred great benefit on Al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, and the terrorists who killed thousands on 9-11.
One former CIA analyst said: "He should have delivered a strict and strong message to his employees."
No Common law marriage, Yes Domestic Partnerships, GREAT!
The plot thickens.
As mammals, we are all strongly vulnerable or prone to pack type behaviors that may not work out well, especially when played out with modern weapons.
Extortion, bribery, political corruption, oh my!
Where are all the female bloggers? Here, in my weekly top ten. In this edition, an international tour ...
I am participating in a workshop for actors, writers and directors organized by my friends, the screenwriter Ray Lopez and the director Keith Hammons.
Yes, the name "IDEA Awards" is redundant, since the A is for Award already. Blame them.
The next email came with a picture captioned "My Girlfriend." I about hit the ceiling.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for July 22, 2005
These brave men and women who fought and died...are largely ignored by the histories of our countries.
I'll take The Grand Illusion over Coldplay any old day- or Radiohead even.
..."promised not much money but “more pussy than Frank Sinatra”
This week concerns Smurfs, theatre-talkers and Renny Harlin.
There is more than just nostalgic appeal to this quirky kids' show from the early nineties.
Never mind the rumors, here's John Lydon.