Commission on the Status of Men recommends state "devote more resources to correcting the gender biases men face in divorce"
Everyone knows these guys are bad, but Bush spends half the speech talking about just how bad they are. I am, and I think much of the nation is, tired of speaking about Iraq and other foreign and domestic efforts in terms of moral imperative. It would be very nice if all the bad people were killed or imprisoned indefinitely or somehow converted (don't ask me how), but is there any room in all this rhetoric for some reasoned consideration of what is in the Untied States best interest? Is there any room for consideration of something other than the destruction of all terrorism the world over as an acceptable outcome?
Bush spins that critics are rewriting history, then suggests that criticizing him is akin to not supporting the troops.
Spenser is smart, witty, compassionate and very strong. I like to think I'm all of those things.
I have an inexplicable affinity for enriching the lore of game worlds I enjoy in any way I can.
To quote the great sage Bugs Bunny: "This feels like the beginnings of a "bee-u-tee-ful" friendship"
Another Fox show bites the dust
Pride and Prejudice doesn't expect us to believe that Darcy becomes a better person through Lizzie's love. He was always a better person.
The smartest and funniest show on television — cable or network — is clearly nearing its demise.
The romance of Edward R. Murrow, and the misconstruction of the "McCarthy era."
Disturbingly, I suspect that I've heard these arrangements before during holiday travel reports on the Weather Channel.
But there is a lot more going on beneath the surface that makes Velocity Code so refreshingly different.
Those Who Know will tell you that "Cinnamon Girl" rates as Neil Young's best song ever.
The sequel to "Top 25 Women In Rock?" uao picks #26-#50 and braces himself.
Her friend's relationship is ending and she needs someone to talk to.
Marie Fredriksson, lead singer of Roxette, cautions a friend to consider her true emotions.
A good album, undoubtedly, flawed and patchy at times, but worth it for the excellence that is on there.
The fundamental problem of jukebox musicals is the relative poverty of original musical ideas by the creators of this genre.
All of blog life is here, from the sadness of the Amman bombings, to the vivid realities of pregnancy.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for November 12, 2005