Jihad Journalism reached new highs today with the publication of a hate-filled diatribe by terrorist PM Haniyeh in the Washington Post.
Transferring Israel to the American Southwest may be the only workable solution to peace in the middle east.
Canada was going to sleep easier knowing I was taking the case of the missing opposition parties.
This is reminiscent of the Bombay blasts of 1993, when thirteen bombs exploded all over the city, claiming over 250 lives.
Amid missile launches and hostile rhetoric, President Bush has wrongly opted for the diplomatic path in dealing with North Korea.
Syd Barrett passes on, Paul McCartney auctions first guitar, and The Killers set a release date in today's update.
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Pink Floyd's classic concert is finally released to DVD. It is a standout presentation and sets a new bar for concert films.
Pink Floyd founder, psychedelic visionary, and the original acid victim.
Fumo Verde says, Transmigration has well-played music technically, but it has no soul, no spirit that keeps you listening and wanting to hear more.
Unfortunately, for accompanying various inane activities, Sound Team's latest would work just fine.
New stuff from Thom Yorke, Muse, Sufjan Stevens, Kaada, and of course Pink Floyd's Pulse DVD.
Like all great art, American V entertains, enlightens and inspires.
José González's music is a rare gem, one that should appeal to young urban hipsters as well as aging baby boomers.
Umbrellas create extraordinarily lush, powerful waves of melody which wash over you with the delicate calm of an ebb tide.
Isiah Thomas is no Larry Brown, but he is no Tim Floyd either.
Zinedine Zidane's 111th minute head but on an Italian defender cast a shadow on his career, but the sun can still rise at dusk.
Roger Federer claims his fourth successive Wimbledon title.
The battle for good and evil comes downhome to the farm.
Dolph Lundgren turns auteur, kicks off the universe, and manipulates time.
A hilarious, off-the-wall classic that should have fans of bizarre cinema salting their popcorn with tears of joy.
The best of the post-Cosby Show black sitcoms that did not get the praise and/or success they deserved.
Bold, genre-mixing update of a 1606 revenge play.
Amazing, Johnny Depp sails the Black Pearl into the record books.
Not much to speak of, but there is always one must-have each week.
Cooking like donkeys? Will any of these frycooks become a chef?
It cannot be denied that Meryl Streep is a great actress, and she sets out to prove it once more with a delightfully devious new role.
Lindsay Lohan reportedly paid $2 million for promoting anti-acne product, but perhaps she should bill Colombia for free promotion of its biggest export.
Pirates of the Caribbean, Global Warming, and Truth or Dare.
Hi Elsa, I have had a gut feeling my live-in boyfriend is cheating on me.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for July 11, 2006
This Week: Immigration Policies, Child Stars, and Barney's Last Day.