Not so quick with those halos, boys.
Today Lynndie England, the pug-faced accessory to torture at Abu Ghraib, was sentenced to three years in prison.
The UN human rights framework is a good place to start in making value judgments about cultural practices.
If you have any respect for my feelings, avoid the use of the "L" word. I'd appreciate it.
'Good News from Iraq and Afghanistan' lives on even though Arthur Chrenkoff has moved on.
HCA is a company that performs for-profit, abortion-on-demand for hypocritical Republicans that always fail to practice what they preach.
John Coltrane and Thelonious Monk briefly played together in 1957. Today marks the first, long-lost release of their efforts.
Am I overdoing it, or is this the biggest kick in the face you've had in weeks?
An okay, not great, album featuring the inventor of the electric guitar and guest performances by, well, everyone.
With all that has happened to Neil over the past year or so, it is no wonder that critics are zeroing on these incidents as way of explaining the motivations and intentions of "Prairie Wind".
Coming to a city near you!
The soul, depth, and sheer ferocity of Wolf Parade's debut album will raise the bar for all new releases.
...or maybe we're just used to our own introverted weirdness.
Is trouble brewing in paradise?
If I could make it rate with just the awesome power of my mind, I would.
C'mon, surely you noticed those silly little girly forearms of his. You were sitting right next to him!
One of the things I try to do in blogging is celebrate the lives of forgotten or under-appreciated women.
Rita ignored Dallas, 'Thaniel's "roundhouse of craziness" thesis, and a celebrity interview with Adam Goldberg!
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 27, 2005
Amber Frey's paternity lies. Taylor Behl, missing VA. Coed, were they lovers or not?
Unfortunately, there's no convincing a guy there is "something" there if he doesn't feel it on his own. Here's the deal, women, particularly the older they get, tend to be really hopeful that the next guy might be The ONE. Got a good job? Check. Cute enough? Check. Doesn't treat me like crap? Check. If he ticks off enough boxes, and we like kissing him well enough, we thinking to ourselves, "This could be the ONE!"
Bloggers (citizen journalists) can keep professional journalists on their toes, points out Sean Gallagher, senior editor of Ziff Davis Internet's vertical enterprise sites.
It's Champions League football tonight as Manchester United try to set recent problems aside and focus on this crucial match.
Ben Miraski reviews Week 4 of college football featuring the Big Ten and LSU's loss.
Steve Cone is what I wanted to be. He's worked on some of the biggest promotional campaigns in business history. And now, he's telling all his secrets to anyone who is willing to pay $19.
This is a book that's more impressive than Penthouse Letters, but less impressive than Stephen King's Maximum Overdrive.
James Sheehan's debut novel is a courtroom thriller that examines the flaws in the capital punishment system.
Salman Rushdie is someone I'd love to have dinner with, to have one of the greatest conversations of my life...
Paul Berman's "Terror and Liberalism" offers an insightful, elegant explanation of the roots of Islamist terror.