Provision afforded to the elderly, impoverished, and government-employed is not being offered to those now required to buy health insurance.
Do you REALLY think you pay too much in taxes? Maybe you should run the numbers!
With nearly a billion people suffering from hunger, this is not the time to be slashing food aid.
People of Iceland Say No To Assuming Massive Banking Bailout Debts
Liberals must drag conservatives into the 21st century.
This revolution is personal.
The first Reality Rocks Expo at the L.A. Convention Center featured cast members from a plethora of reality shows.
Silent Movie Mondays feature a live organ score accompanying a classic silent film.
Did the U.S. Being Human hold its own against the original? Absolutely.
Teen Wolf is a fun bit of nostalgia, but overall it is insubstantial.
Domestic thriller fails to thrill.
Sucker Punch is an action-packed visual delight from Zack Snyder.
House's "The Dig" delves through layers of various characters, and does House need a new best friend?
Natural Disaster? You don't know the half of it.
Little Fockers is a tired retread of the original concept and fails to impress on blu-ray.
Natalie Portman’s portrayal as the troubled ballerina in Black Swan was more than worthy of an Oscar win.
Mrs. Alice Merchant's attachment to her husband almost created a vortex - could Peter's attachment to both Olivias save both universes?
Easter season, another anniversary of the passing of his antecessor, and questions for the Pope.
Meet a couple of authors who bring a whole new meaning to the lives of chimps, hamsters, pigs, and tons of other animals!
This new work chronologically listing Beatles singles and albums has potential, but must address important issues.
If you like your BDSM dark and full of tension, then this is the book for you.
The Twilight Saga reaches a satisfying, if not convenient, ending.
You can mend a broken life.
Featured: Francis Fukuyama. Plus: Katie Couric, Global Girlfriends, Cold War, Nikki Sixx, In Like Flynn; Lisa Scottoline, Stephenie Meyer, Sister Souljah, Rita Mae Brown, Raymond E. Feist
A Tale of Murder and horror. Will vigilante justice win?
Victoria Zackheim discusses the release of the anthology He Said What? as well as other anthologies, and documentaries, she has developed
Hard Candy accessories rock!
Yesterday's mainframes are nowhere near modern smartphones. But how can we use this power effectively?
Passover and Easter are not-so-distant relatives.
My problem with the N-word.
Good conversation is always a life-giving momentary privilege.
Especially when it's dirty, corrupt, unsanitary, and poverty-ridden?
God Almighty is trying to warn his people about their rebellion, and instead we preach an evangelistic sermon to a room full of Christians.
Education is an equalizer which develops an individual from ignorance to skepticism and eventually enlightenment.
The first glimpse of FIFA 2012! In reply to the news, I jot down my wish list, for all to see.
The Grammys issue a long overdue change in structure and recognize music written for videogames.
Marty McFly is back in 1986, but not the right one in the third installment of the Telltale series.
Helping the modern caveman follow an ancient diet.
A Healthy Snack Anytime
Starting Giant Pumpkins
A story and a recipe
Delicious Italian 3 Bean Salad. Perfect for a picnic or potluck.
First steps towards modern medicine were done in the ancient times. What can we learn from old medicine men?