The importance of religion to postmodern society.
U.S. officials call the situation in Darfur "genocide." Do they have an ulterior motive?
Because politicians can't be trusted to consistently do the right thing, citizen-initiated binding referenda are key to maintaining democratic control of the United States.
Espousing support of Quebec as a distinct society has always been a favoured ploy because it sounds substantial without having any real meaning.
Waiting for Guffman...
Conservatives need to be the supporters of ideas, not the supporters of a party (or the opponent of one for that matter).
Is the Sandisk Sansa up to taking on the iPod this Christmas?
The video is a testament to the early days of MTV, with computer generated cheesy effects and swirls of psychedelic and pastel colors.
Digital media music and video downloads and streams.
Julian Edwin "Cannonball" Adderley (whose nickname was originally "Cannibal" because of his prodigious appetite as a boy) came...
There’s good news for Matt Pond PA fans; a new release set for early 2007.
The ESPN analyst's racist radio rant is inexcusable and unacceptable.
Coach Tiller "bemoans" trip to Hawaii for being "too humid" and his players will miss Thanksgiving at home, too!
Observations on Italian and Brazilian soccer.
Also: Benfica stay alive with a win over Copenhagen, and Lille deadlock with Anderlecht.
Wherein I accept my role as an Orwellian sheep.
This is my angry response to the attacks on Jeff Gerstmann at Gamespot.
In World of Warcraft, when the bodies have piled up so high you can't see past, maybe it's time to play tourist?
Do we really need another poker game on the PSP?
"Return to Sender" and "Circle of Friends" have shifted the emphasis to Dexter as Serial Killer Covering His Tracks.
Monsterkids growing up in the sixties didn't have DVDs or videos, but they did have Castle Films 8mm movies with monsters, mutants, and madmen.
Bollywood, India's Hollywood out of Bombay, is a mammoth. With four billion tickets sold annually and more viewers than Hollywood, this giant deserves a second glance.
Bond is back. And in many ways he never left. Wait, no, that's not true. Bond has been gone a long time...
Love is in the NCIS air.
A tale of epic proportions squeezed into 95 minutes.
The perfect bundle of theatrical innovation.
This book -- the best in its genre -- breaks new-ish ground in its discussion of the Canadian cannabis industry.
"Nothing beats seeing your name on the spine of a book."
Notions on how we photograph and process photographs may need to be thrown out to create a workflow that is not a helter-skelter mess.
As history with an edge and an agenda, Cooper's book is replete with undiscussed Canadian history,
The West is dying, being replaced by a youthful Muslim culture, according to writer Mark Steyn.
Your whole childhood is on YouTube.
That’s when I saw it. The deer-in-the-headlights look as out poured the protestations. “I can’t draw. I can't paint." So, I waited...
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for November 23, 2006