We've gotten so far off the rails from constitutional governance that "strict constructionism" would also be extreme "judicial activism."
“Under God” might well be Chief Justice John Roberts first case. How did Roberts fare against the senatorial blowhards?
I've got recent poll results...
Congress has approved tons of pork, but DeLay suggests the GOP can claim "victory" as fiscal conservatives?
Goerge Bush responds strongly to the Katrina aftermath with plans to screw recovery workers.
It appears that one of the nursing homes in LA refused to move their patients and the patients died as a result. Now the owners have been charged with murder.
This first full-length drama by Dave Florez is considerably cleverer than those early "shock-jock" scenes might suggest.
A touching, but bittersweet, story...
The gang's all here! With extra family members in the studio, including an eight-month old, it's an odd show.
Your professors and psychologist know far less than they pretend. Be optimistic.
A good story never dies; it just waits for someone willing to listen
In my zeal to report the dangers, I used an inappropriate word to characterize Seth Roberts's diet plan.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 14, 2005
A happy hour for the creative psychotic? Sounds good, except that such a concept does not exist. Yet.
They make me laugh...
The WB takes a leap of faith with its new creepy drama...a leap in which it falls a little short.
This is Sixth Sense in Space -- only Clooney isn't as convincing as Haley Joel Osment...
The chemistry between leads Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz saves this otherwise heavily flawed police procedural.
An observation after visiting the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Yeah I’m in, especially if she keeps wearing those camis. But joking aside, that’s just not good enough.
The sardonic genius diagnostician is back and he comes out swinging
This show has its good points but ultimately it's only so-so.
The name Woody Russell summons images of a man sitting in a musky old bar on a wooden stool with his guitar, singing and telling stories.
With a voice that is uniquely edgy, he delivers songs that really mean something. Strong and powerful lyrics are carried on simple, yet appealing arrangements.
He's best-known today as a member of Chicago -- a day gig he's held down for over 20 years now...
I can think of few bands in recent memory who were hit harder by success than this group...
Head Roc talks to us about the origins of Negrophobia, the DC hip-hop scene, his influences, and hip-hop politics.
Can old dinosaurs learn new tricks? Do they even have to?
Katrina, as a storm has passed. Ophelia sits spinning off my coast. Ophelia drowned, right? Again Gabriel floods my mind.
Penguin movie disproves evolution?
The battle over the new EPA rules on mercury emissions will now turn to the courts.
If you're needing to get started with Linux, grab a beer and settle in with a copy of this manual.
For some, hunting is more than man vs. nature.
Computahz be foe numbah-krunchin', not lookin' up no Fonzie trivia or frontin' like a goddamn wizard on some kinda elfquest
I'll have the Gaiman, with a side order of KGB secrets, please! Hold the chick-lit.
As Hobson points out, the history of exploitative, demeaning use of black bodies, particularly female bodies, is continuous.
First instalment in a series on contemporary crime writers focuses on Michael Connelly's Harry Bosch series and other thrillers.
"A narrative of history that was written to awaken consciousness of class conflict, racial injustice, sexual inequality and national arrogance."
Rory hopes to be Queen of the Sloth. *Spoilers*