To whom does an embattled chief executive turn when his poll numbers are down and his aides are in legal trouble?
A new bill proposes the creation of a bioterrorism agency which would be free from public or judicial oversight.
Big Picture question: Are people looking for political machinations, or are they looking for real change?
Leave it to the family-values crowd to set an uplifting tone for the holidays.
US Rep. John P. Murtha wants the troops home now. Unfortunately, he doesn't know what he is talking about.
Dick Cheney's recently offered bit of empty conservative spin was too big a bullseye for the Daily Show writers to ingore.
Funny thing about oath-free testimony. It's so easy to lie with a clear conscience.
On November 25th, America will enter a new era of access to space.
It answers the question: where are all the female bloggers?
Parts of Asia have subtantially more males in the population than females. Recent research suggests that a biological explanation may exist.
After months of Norton security disaster, I've found a solution.
Thanksgiving dinner is about the bird -- and we have a couple of dandy side-dish recipes too.
Nothing says "I love you" like shame and humiliation.
If we don't care to be seen as a sloppy civilization, working on our English skills might be in order
The attitude towards sex work is part of the hangover of millennia in which enormous emphasis was put women's faithfulness.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for November 18, 2005
This is the story from Genesis, as interpreted by a boy/man named Timmy. It's innovative, creative and downright funny.
If you make a foolish investment decision why not accept the consequences and learn from it rather than enriching lawyers by filing a meritless class action lawsuit and pretending it's not really all your own fault?
Still an entertaining film with a great cast
Terrific cast and story and is better than the last two, even with a flat performance from Daniel Radcliffe.
The Season 3 DVD set of Home Movies was my first introduction to the series...
Black boxes, rogue computers, and trippy avant-garde sequences somehow come together coherently in Kubrick's sci-fi classic
A fun mystery/noir movie with a compelling lead performance by Dick Powell.
A special effects spectacular ... back when they knew how to make them.
It's all good paranoia. You are your own worst enemy.
It's French, it's in black and white, and it's silent. Who wouldn't want to watch it?
Suspension of disbelief?
Scientology and Tom Cruise "Trapped in the Closet" - our troubles are caused by demonic possession by brainwashed alien ghosts.
Wherein I wax nostalgic about the age of killer robots.
Stardate 1984: I'm just out of college. Still wearing my Ronald Reagan protest beard.
Three new DualDiscs give us a mix by a famous DJ and a travel documentary for three world class cities.
Some things are so good you don't want to spoil them all at once. This is one such thing.
...deluxe two disc set features the original recordings remastered on CD and a DVD
Special Edition: The Born To Run Roundtable
Mantras for Madmen is a damn good album which I don't think any music collection should be without
One of the greatest punk rock albums ever is all spruced up for its 25th birthday with a bonus DVD.
When Jal jumps into Salim’s songs, Salim and his band help Jal achieve a clarity that isn’t evident on his own songs.
A satirical look at recent events through the eyes of Bushistotle, the ruler of Athens and history's greatest philosopher-warrior-king.
The 2005 National Book Award winner is an epic, all-embracing fever-dream fusion of fiction, fact, and Whitmanian yawp.
I want them to know that even in the age of Faketion, fiction still survived.