War in the Middle East seems almost unavoidable after an unprovoked invasion of Israel by Lebanese terrorists resulted in two more Israeli soldiers kidnapped.
This is not the sudden spasm of war as we experienced in 1967 and 1973. This is like a slow motion explosion, almost a steady, determined march toward the battlements by Israel and its enemies.
Suddenly, like a thief in the night, war steals upon you, catching you unaware of the danger you are always in...
Recent events have shown the vulnerability of transportation systems. Is protecting them really worth the price?
Condoleezza Rice may not share your politics but the department provides information and services to travelers and expatriates.
Let's for a moment ignore the fact that the demand is coming from a terrorist organisation. Is it legitimate?
India's capital panicked as bombs shook the country.
Even without Karl Mueller, Soul Asylum and their music continue on.
You'll never look at a pirate the same way.
"An Obscure Collection Of The Most Sought After Breaks Ever Recorded." HFJF!
Not since Holly Near, Ronnie Gilbert, and Ferron have I heard as powerful and intelligent music from a woman's folk/country group
A call for social networking safety standards, theft at Bonn Scott grave, and new My Morning Jacket releases in today's update.
The Man in Black has first #1 album since 1969. Who says death can't help a career?
The Modern Pea Pod's Megan Giddings and Laura Misjak ventured to the Fox Theatre Complex in Detroit for 15 years of 89X mayhem.
Excitations, freak flags, and nothing to get hung about: Todd Rundgren faithfully covers some musical ground.
He stands alone, but more importantly, he walks alone, too.
This big beat best-of is more than a collection of hits by a master of electronica.
This week we get new Ramblin' Jack Elliott and Thom Yorke, and a groovy Aretha Franklin live re-issue.
New U.S. music reality show lands popular Canadian idol as host.
A. Horbal on the one error critics must avoid at all costs.
Screen captures, spoilers, and news from the Big Brother 7 live feeds. Who's going home tomorrow?
Originally a manga, will this controversial Japanese film survive a plan to adapt it for American audiences?
Ford's incessant, you-can't-escape-it ad campaign with Taylor Hicks is Chinese water torture - you know it's coming, you just don't know exactly when.
Jeffrey Combs re-animates anything not moving in this classic over-the-top scarefest.
Get inside and watch something good... on cable.
Who's on first? If you don’t care for a show’s history, forgo the classic series and watch this instead.
This was written to cleanse my soul. Read at your own risk.
What makes nationally-carried US channel Current TV different is one-third of its content comes from viewers.
This thoroughly written and detailed book, full of examples, will teach you how to use Java I/O streams to your advantage.
...if you are the parent of school-age children, you cannot let the new school year start before studying this book and fully absorbing its contents.
Learn how to produce art-quality photos by working directly with the RAW file format.
A Bonds indictment is likely, Greg Anderson is in jail and Zidane ruins it for France.
Striking out for the Sioux Falls Canaries was all Jim Eriotes needed to become the oldest man ever to play pro ball.
Loading, loading loading, keep those matches loading... RAWHIDE!
Where is Suri? And where is the fringe on top?
Dear Elsa, I am in a relationship with another Capricorn
How people threatening to blow up Serbia, dancing to A Whole New World, and trying to get an army of penguins changed my life.
If you haven't read about it on Blogcritics, it probably hasn't happened yet.
Reflections following another yet another car accident.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for July 12, 2006
England’s great novelist visits her former subjects in the peak summer heat of 104 degrees Fahrenheit.
Bodhi confronts annoying neighbors and their fireworks. At 3 o'clock in the morning.
Firefox is up 1.14% since May, while Internet Explorer is down 2.12%.
Humanity, compassion, empathy. In the end, that is what World Wide Help is all about.