There's lots of hot monkey love for those CareerBuilder Super Bowl chimp ads.
Girls basketball player broke a high school record, but was it right?
QB Bush misses receivers, fumbles hand-offs and is stuck with only one working play--terror. And the Speech? SOS.
And a "little gal" too (figuratively speaking)!
Denmark, or any other country for that matter, should be as free as it likes to publish what it likes. Muslims, meanwhile, think they have a right to dictate what the rest of us think.
A Rhode Island middle-schooler got a not-so-nice visit from the G-Men thanks to an English class writing assignment.
The offensive Muslim editorial cartoons are to freedom of press as WMDs are to Iraq: a red herring.
The Pentagon believes it has found a drug that can treat radiation exposure. So what's the holdup on mass-producing it?
The list grows longer, and the spin that only Democrats are against warrantless surveillance grows weaker.
Christine Todd Whitman is the classic, useless "moderate Republican."
Why have they picked this moment to anger millions of Muslims in the name of "freedom of speech"?
It seems as though people can’t get away from the Liberal Party leadership fast enough.
When they kick at your front door, how you gonna come, with your hands on your head or on the trigger of your gun?
I hate shoe shopping. I’m obviously missing something on the X chromosome.
Islamo-fascists call criticism of Islamo-fascism a form of "terrorism." What does that tell us about "cultural differences"?
I was diagnosed with HIV in 1999 and since then the HIV has progressed on into AIDS.
Everybody is an individual and everybody must make up their own mind about whether or not to take medicines.
How the ability to record broadcast media has changed our relationship to knowledge and the world.
It is essential that every American study and understand black history simply because slavery was such an ugly part of our collective history.
Hi Elsa, For six years, I've been content with being a happy, single, and independent girlie.
Sign on the line that you're having sex. Osama's book club overtakes Oprah's. Blind item fun.
Pirates of the Caribbean ride to update in conjunction with film sequel.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for February 03, 2006
The ship had 1300 on board when it disapeared. An expert 'fears the worst'.
The Muslim population and its radical elements continue to increase in Sweden, but one Swede is busy trying to stamp out Christianity.
Pelecanos' latest is short on originality.
A couple of comments on politics and eusociality inspired by reading Stephen Baxter's Coalescent.
Rabbit at Rest is John Updike's masterpiece, a Greek tragedy articulated through the downfall of a flawed nuclear family.
Microsoft will be in trouble when the average person finds Linux easy to use...here's how to get started.
Chan-wook Park's revenge trilogy reaches its glorious conclusion.
From Desicritics, a horror barrage-a-trois from some of East Asia's best horror directors.
Werner Herzog's unsettling documentary comes to the small screen tonight on Discovery Channel.
A picture that has the potential to stir-up new notions on immigration and the muscle to sock you in the stomach.
An arrow and the New York art scene make up this episode of murder
Nothing is ever what it initially seems.
This week brings a new romantic comedy and another remake of an old horror movie.
... tumultuous thoughts, tormenting conflicts of interest and personal struggles brought to the surface, surging like lava from a volcano...
"I played a gay British vampire in a movie; how much do you have to suck to get one of these Razzies?"
Once upon a time, a band called Belle and Sebastian made an album....
Is this tribute to the late, great Elliot Smith an honor or a butcher job?
The music I've been listening to lately...
RTS crashes, CD Wow! hopes to rival Amazon and The Pumpkins reunite in today's music and tech news digest.
There was a possibility of gore and shock, but I had to take the chance.
(A) remarkable tribute to a genuinely unique performer and individual.
I Cant Stop is a portrait of a great artist in nearly full command of his faculties, with the guts to use all of them.
From the critic's dilemma, to the case against soft drinks, to punk knitting ...
I love Weezer, I may have a new trainer (sort of) and Subway has another new disaster.