Shimon Peres is a kapo of compromise, a prostitute serving his German-Jesuit EU masters, a traitor selling out Jews, Jerusalem and Israel.
"So long as we wear the mask, we remain hidden..."
Tom Toles’ editorial cartoon of the wounded gets labeled “reprehensible.” Wounded without adequate care, not even mentioned.
Why is it that the mere suggestion that a democrat here and there might be tainted by Abramoff money sets of a firestorm of denial and vicious attacks?
How can we learn from our mistakes if we don't investigate?
When an Israeli kills a Jew, the line costing Olmert his sovereign authority over this country will have been crossed.
The pundits have analyzed the speech enough already. Here are the juicy behind the scene details. Including the eyebrows.
The Super Bowl: Steelers, Seahawks, and COMMERCIALS!!
Wherein I rip on Detroit like a true homeboy and wrap things up for the season. This time for sure.
#2 ranked Duke hangs on to win 83-81 vs. #14 Boston College in heated ACC basketball matchup.
After Dave Bliss's deceptions left the program bleeding in the moonlight, Baylor wins its first game in a year.
Blogs, digital cameras, laptop computers, and other innovations have really opened up the medium of expression and creativity and enabled a degree of media democratization.
Wright creates such vivid characters that the "two sisters" cliche is only a framework on which very real people rest.
I think we all know someone like Joey Pigza, the title character in this moving, warm glimpse into a boy's life.
There's the book about the man who, thinking his posterior made of glass, always stood, fearing that if he sat, "he should break his bottom.”
All of the commercials and trailers I saw for this made it look like this loud obnoxious throwaway film that was getting dumped into theaters in hopes of making a few bucks...
Here's a few picks for overlooked gems worth renting on your next trip to Blockbuster.
A good documentary that puts you on the edge of your seat at times wondering what will happen around the next turn.
A fleshy compilation for you to sink your teeth into.
Tours, Grammys and Survivor in Today's Music and Tech News Update.
Over two-thousand artists will gather on February 10 in Austin Texas for the 18th North American Folk Music and Dance Alliance convention.
The band Taking Back Sunday is looking for some help with their video for the song "Error Operator."
"Mozart was a bad composer who died too late rather than too early." Um, excuse me...?
Silverstein, never heard of them. After listening to the album, I now understand why I didn't know about them.
The LA-based duo talks to us about their first meeting at a high school prom, their influences, and music industry labels.
Can we really enjoy the Velvet Underground while Lou Reed is wearing blue jeans?
Though it doesn't live up to its title, The Greatest does randomly arrive at greatness.
An interesting way to model the spread of disease, and a report on some vaccine research.
A great show leaves just as a great show signs up.
Colonial attitudes have proven unwieldy in the past and have caused nothing but trouble; don't you think it's time we tried something different?
Let's give 'em something to talk about...
Instead of listening to talking heads or talk show callers to learn about gasoline prices I decided to just sit down for ten minutes and do a little math. You know...the kind of math we learned in elementary school?
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for February 02, 2006
The future of small museums: an interview with a specialist in the rescue of small historical museums.
Five years after Brooks' article about our generation's overachieving youth, the overachieving youth speaks out.
One more inter-human barrier helps keep corporate communications channels clear.
This won't be everyone's beaker of wine, but it is an unforgettable evening that brings at least a taste of Ancient Greece to London.
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