Three of the Pendleton 8 are on their way to a court-martial charged with murder. Some say the men's "confessions" are the key to the case. They're wrong, and here's why.
The Senate race in Virginia is unfortunately coming down to the use of the N-word decades ago by both candidates.
GOP Congress is rushing legislation through with a hidden ploy to retroactively pardon Pres. Bush of war crimes!
Israel and Palestine cannot coexist... one of them needs to be dismantled.
Why must the UN provide a legitimacy-endowing world stage for some of the world's worst rogues, despots and terror supporters?
Living The Good Life means never having to say you're working.
Statistics and anecdotal evidence seem to indicate that holding a seat in Congress makes one more likely to abuse alcohol.
George Allen goes meshuggeneh.
Audio and video streams from recent and upcoming album releases.
A bridge for the new listeners between the recognizable motifs of bebop and the freer feeling of new jazz.
With the help of Alison Krauss and other talented musicians, Alan Jackson has released his best album to date.
LimeWire fires back in the latest RIAA suit against a P2P developer, but can their powerful indictment stand up to the evil empire?
With an new pop album coming out, he now sees potential fans where he once saw infidels.
An overview of five selections that I regard as some of the finest codas in the jazz canon.
"'Cause this is nothing else if not unreal / When I pretend to touch you, you pretend to feel..."
And the ladies come out to make some noise -- but it sounds so familiar.
A gem of a disc full of beautiful lush sounds and luxurious tones.
Happy birthday, and here's to 25 years more.
Charles Mingus takes you to school, but it was never this much fun
Live in Tokyo provides an opportunity to hear the easier pieces Mingus came up with and nothing he ever did was easy.
The best of the week, beginning-of-autumn edition.
Want to start an art collection? Visit your nearest art school!
Comparing the lives and deaths of two famous handgun victims.
Screech, of Saved By The Bell, takes the Paris Hilton-type path to career restoration.
My wife asked me to talk with my son about his driving. I thought about my own teen years. She was asking the wrong person.
Islamic intimidation highlights disgustingly gruesome staging of Mozart.
Heroes should have their own emblem and not borrow one from an ex-con.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 28, 2006
John Guilfoil's weekly look at the markets and how public relations issues affect stock prices.
Join me for my reviews about Wyatt Earp and the Gunfight at the OK Corral in books and movies.
As I was transferred to my hospital bed, Thou Shalt awaited to begin the Superhero initiation.
Gritty, real , and worth the read.
... I would leave a trail of his words that I could follow home on those days I was feeling particularly lost.
If knowledge is power, this book packs a wallop. Get it, and read it.
Now all I want to do is fly to Hawaii. Thanks Atari!
EA tacks on extra features and tweaks, but little else to this year's installment.
Though loaded with bugs, it's still worth taking a look.
This is the port that will turn retro gaming fans into 360 owners.
Mania and Terrell Owens have never been strangers; however, a suicide attempt puts his mania in a new light.
Expanded national sporting competitions in Australia leave Sydney and Melbourne supporting football codes they know nothing about.
Scouring the earth, or at least the Internet, for the best in celeb dirt is tough work.
Traditional TV should take note, and start getting nervous quick-like.
Who or what killed the Fact or Fiction film crew in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey.
One Tree Hill begins its fourth season with tragedy and the hope for change.
Will it survive in its new time slot?
The outsourcing of the war in Iraq is costing America more than dollars.
She's back, and you do not want to miss her.
Can this new episode match the Season 3 premiere? Read and find out!
I wonder how those who don't remember the Cold War will relate to Jericho.
Action, adventure, and suspense all are combined in one of the most exciting hours of primetime television.
Terminator 3 is an entertaining, action-packed film that falls short of the previous Terminator movies.
Ordinary people caught up in an extraordinary lifetime project.