Al Gore’s multimedia presentation about global warming will get you thinking and talking.
Gillo Pontecorvo's other, other film: Marlon Brando makes war as William Walker.
Chaplin's visual antics possess warmth, depicting the poor blue-collar worker as the salt of the earth.
Do the Holy Scriptures change or must we change the context in which we view them?
Unconventional and interesting premise ruined by a conventional and sappy "TV movie" script and excess earnestness.
The failure of the war on drugs is not a matter of its methodology, but the policy itself.
Who's to blame for the presence of terrorists in Canada?
The lesson of Haditha - get the troops back home.
Karl Rove had run off with the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights.
With all of the ongoing discussions it's very easy to forget the most important thing: The actual and ongoing NSA mission.
Supporting the Marines at Haditha is not a popular thing these days, but I'm doing it. Here's why.
As Louisiania and Mississippi plan to follow South Dakota's lead, a national showdown on abortion looks imminent.
Academics in the US and France have exactly opposite prescriptions for achieving diversity within their own countries. Why?
Mark Bradley would rather have Bobby Cox than John Schuerholz. What about you?
It's crunch time! Hurricanes vs. Oilers for the Stanley Cup!
Including the Flaming Lips, Prince, Rolling Stones, Ray Davies, Jimi Hendrix, and of course J. Montgomery Burns.
Call it "dad rock" if you want to, but I'm one of those Luddites who believes in music before the advent of irony.
35-46 of the continuing list: MC5, New Bomb Turks, Rancid, The Accused, Husker Du, Germs, and more.
This is the best work Paul Di’Anno has done since his departure from Iron Maiden over 20 years ago.
UK singer-songwriter David Ford's solo debut makes me want even more.
The world's most well known DJ releases his second artist album.
Build stars from it. Water earth and entomb dinosaurs with it. Smoke it, eat it, drink it. Return to it at life's end.
The plot centers around the search for the capstone of the Great Pyramid of Giza...
Xbox exec Peter Moore says no one wants backwards compatibility. He obviously does not understand his user base.
Xbox exec Peter Moore says no one wants backwards compatibility. In a perfect world, he's right.
Police in Canada foil a major al-Qaeda terror plot to attack targets in southern Ontario.
Every year heads remain buried in the sand is another year the numbers increase among the dead and infected.
So please allow me to introduce myself.
Stick figures abound on Phelpsian websites.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for June 03, 2006