This report is a "clever" move by Bush and Baker to provide cover for the the U.S. administration's war in Iraq.
Then, as now, various and sundry misfits advanced overly-feverish theories blaming the government.
Are we sacrificing our intellectual competitiveness on the altar of mindless fear and compulsory conformity?
The findings of the Iraq Study Group must be given strenuous consideration. The status quo is no longer an option.
Last week the Boston Globe hacked Mitt Romney because illegals have cut his lawn. Guess who delivers the Boston Globe?
In which Hugo Chávez re-discovers religion.
Kavita Khanna is the author of Saturday Morning Omelettes.
Saying Harry Bosch is a bit hard on himself is like saying President Bush is hesitant about admitting mistakes in the war.
My most significant achievement was believing in myself.
Kentaro Yabuki’s familiar, yet energetic, manga adventure series.
Delhi-born author Kavita Khanna entertainingly narrates a unique, heartwarming tale about the fortunes of a modern Indian family.
Alex Rider is back in action, back in danger, and running for his life against a world-threatening plot!
Wait a minute. Primus? I LIKE A PRIMUS RECORD? I feel faint...
Although never a stamp of artistic greatness, now the Grammys just make me feel my age.
Yahoo Music, Norah Jones, The Flaming Lips, and Clap Your Hands, Say Yeah are all in today's update.
Arguing about the career of Tom Waits on his 57th birthday. Happy Birthday, Tom!
Live In Munich 1977 captures one of the era's best heavy metal bands at the height of their power.
Here are the eight best songs for traveling by air, all in one playlist.
Steven Demetre Georgiou, Cat Stevens, and Yusuf Islam are all one man and a most remarkable, impressive one at that.
The singer/songwriter genre brings into focus what is perhaps the biggest mystery of music: Why do particular sounds appeal to our ears?
Goldfrapp will beat you into submission with some help from various music producers with their first full-length remix album.
I lost count of the times that I got zapped when I wasn't expecting it...
Robert Smith tries to find the cure for what ails him.
Digital media music and video downloads and streams.
Hopefully I’ve not confused you more than this album confused me.
A Renaissance rock take on traditional Christmas hymns and carols, with a few other seasonal tunes thrown in.
Danzig ventures away from the rock that has brought him fame.
The Decemberists take us through a maze of unforgettable emotion that, in the end, proves to be their best work to date.
You can photograph the first three songs of a performance and then you’re done, get out, and don’t even think about using your flash.
Trans-fats get banned from New York City. This is a case of misplaced priorities and flawed logic
The performance will revolve around a sequence of 13 poems which range from intimate personal accounts to epic narratives of unearthly journeys.
When had it become a world where you didn't exist if you didn't own a car?
Sadly, it looks like comedy clubs are less like comedy clubs and more like factories.
Part II: Oh Christmas Tree Oh... Deck the Halls... or maybe get a stiff drink!
The author replies to a submission query for "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer" by Johnny Marks.
Calling all bloggers! Let's breathe deep, listen, remember and build a world of rich plurality.
mental_floss question of the day.
A South Carolina boy was arrested for opening his Game Boy before Christmas.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 07, 2006
Is the SanDisk Cruzer Micro any good, and what is this ReadyBoost thing?
Although an indication that the firm is on the right track, the email newsletter is not deal for execution.
It's like when you put something back together and have screws left over, only less obvious...
Blog traffic exchanges help bloggers to get readers to their blog. Here's the inside scoop on the five blog exchanges.
60% chance for Discovery's blast-off Thursday. Weather could be the Grinch. Spectacular fireworks will be the prize.
NASA says life may exist on Mars. Evidence of recent flowing water found there.
In this indie psychological horror film, exactly what is stalking George?
A sleepy look at Bowie's tenure in Berlin.
Eighteen seasons in (yeah, you read right), MTV's The Real World still has some zest left.
This DVD set is great for the aspiring actor, a lover of films or a particular actor, and is a great inaugural launch for the series.
I had already predispositioned myself into thinking that this was an unnecessary release.
New screenshots lead to new details about the forthcoming game.
Sony does not need to be irritating its tech savvy early adopters.
Beat cute bunnies senseless with plungers. This is where gaming violence goes too far.
Your mission: explore the wreckage, collect antique artifacts for the Titanic Museum, uncover clues to the location of the Titanic's greatest treasure.
Mexico takes home top honors as the world prepares for the 2007 tournament on a brand new version.
Fast food and gaming go hand and hand once again as parents are once again put under the microscope.
The Cavaliers have a superstar, and now they just need to keep finding role players to help their playoff run.
If Tom O'Brien leaves Boston College for NC State and no one cares, does a tree grow in Brooklyn?
I think many voters would have leaned to Michigan if only Lloyd Carr had asked for their vote.
Known henceforth as the "Dwyane Wade" rules.