Mitt Romney and Mel Gibson are putting their feet in their mouths this week, but public opinion isn't exactly what you might expect.
Can one oppose Israel's actions without condeming Judaism? It appears not.
There is a haze far to the north. This haze is the fog of war.
The nature and expense of child care means those who need it most can least afford it. We all bear the cost.
It’s time for the Jews in America to tell the Israelis straight from the heart: you’re not proper Jews.
The word disproportionate holds no meaning for the Israelis, as if it's within their rights to cause free flowing destruction and demolish an entire nation.
If the allies fought under the same constraints imposed upon Israel, Hitler would have become King of the World.
This Week: Survivalist Vacations, Service With A Smile, and Surf and Turf.
In Jerusalem, we lived in an apartment. Here, for less than half the price, we live in two story house.
Actress suffers heat exhaustion, repeatedly no-shows for work. Studio fights back. Who is the Mean Girl now, Lindsay?
Yes, the film really is breathtaking at times, but that's all it is. There isn't any more.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for July 31, 2006
Big star power and an anti-climactic story... So what else is new?
It is supposed to be about doctors and nurses after all.
Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger create a spiritual film inspired by Chaucer's tales and Powell's youth.
Rob Corddry stars in a movie that proves the phrase "second place is first place for losers."
The darkness of the setting, coupled with intermittent thunder and the pattering of rain, create an all-encompassing sense of suspense bordering on fear.
After 100 days in the Australian Big Brother house at Dreamworld, the winner has finally been selected.
The ghosts of the past likely won't lie still for long.
Second movie for these deadly teenage special detectives - this time with more schoolgirl cops, but less yoyo action.
USA Network has a new detective. This one isn’t OCD. He has a gift…or, at least, everyone thinks he does.
Employing a colorful cast of characters, breathtaking cinematography, and exotic Middle-Eastern locations, Lawrence Of Arabia is an epic of monumental proportions.
While Flowers is a solid script and a tightly-focused character study, it doesn’t accomplish too much of anything in the long run.
See the film if you've ever seen the stage performance or listened regularly to the soundtrack - otherwise, you might be disappointed.
Captain Jack rides again.
Spider-Man is a mediocre motion picture that is a little too flat, silly-looking, and immature for the common moviegoer.
To say this is not your typical mystery/crime novel is like saying Eric Clapton is not your typical guitarist.
It’s worth reading to the twisted end, even if you’re not a fan of hockey, drinking, drugs and sex.
A very human book about some of the most trying times humanity has yet to encounter.
An autobiographical tale of entrepreneurial life and political intrigue in the former Soviet Union.
Kost has taken to heart her love of photography to produce a book that will give artists a taste of what it’s like to capture what no one else sees.
First published in 1981, the book is a comprehensive guide to the nuts and bolts of campaigning.
Are journalists afraid of bloggers? Is Adam Radwanski?
Even with drugs and modern training techniques, how much faster can a man run 100 meters?
The website, which is as popular as the tour, now offers social networking among its bonus features.
How the Queen of Soul and the King of Sax changed rock forever.
Another look at some heavy metal CDs in this week's Marty's Musical Meltdown
Not just another Charlie Parker wannabe.
PM5K returns with another dose of rock 'n roll.
We're gonna need a bigger mech.
Michelle Wie came close again but finished one stroke short of first place.