Why I threw up a little in my mouth while watching the speech.
It all depends on how you define "bipartianship."
Help. Pro-medicinal-pot activist Steve Kubby may end up being killed by the state. He's sick...and not getting the right treatment.
It is fast becoming “payback” time for the deceit and opportunism shown by western politicians since the First World War.
A very positive State of the Union Address, but not full of major revelations or great new ideas, except perhaps on energy policy.
Tonight President George W. Bush gave what has to have been one of the most timid and unambitious speeches of his presidency.
Cindy Sheehan learns the hard way that liberals and GOP lawmakers' wives get different treatment on Capitol Hill.
Can the Serenity fly again?
Forget E's pre-show with that smug Seacrest. Blogcritics has the best pre-Oscar buzz going. And we didn't have to pay millions for it either...
The movies are listed chronologically from the beginning of the month through the end, in the order I saw them.
Jerry Rice continues to amaze. Did George Hamilton show more than he intended?
Watching 12 classic movies over the course of the year.
Given the fact that I personally discovered this gem while my girlfriend was watching The OC, I have no problem giving credit where credit is deserved.
Josh Turner's new album, Your Man, debuts at Number One on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.
Daily Music and Tech News featuring Coachella, Bonnaroo and new Microsoft Policy.
As the mobs gathered in honor of Lennon, all I could think was: What would Lennon think of all this?
Blogcritics' very first Featured Artist of the month is Gretchen Lieberum, the Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter.
Last week, the concert movie premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. The consensus thus far is that it is "a lasting, sensational film".
Just as the Buckleys were not your average patrilineal rock duo, so Dream Brother is not your average tribute.
I translated his letter to reveal what he really meant to say.
From Desicritics: The Prince of Denmark ponders artistic expression, censorship, hesitation, cynicism, and violence -- all in cartoons.
Two Trump homes made the list of 12 most expensive U.S. homes.
Dear Elsa, I love my family and my husband is good to me, but his mood swings drive me crazy.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for February 01, 2006
Coretta Scott King was a woman thrust onto the world stage through no effort of her own.
Is this book as truly ultimate as Graham Kibble-White portends it to be? While not perfect, it sums up British comics reasonably well.
Brilliant: A beacon to light the way and a compass showing the general direction of things to come.
Had Sam Cooke not died at his height, he'd be recognized by today's public as the important innovator, entrepreneur and iconic artist he was.
The author vividly and viscerally tells America's Civil Rights Movement "as I have lived it, observed it, heard stories and read about it."
Video games don't kill people - people kill people.
Insert juvenile joke about the game's title here.
Am I overdoing it? You be the judge.