Despite abortion rights being discussed so heavily, little is said about the real issue framing the debate.
With the politicians catering to illegals, new social programs cost far more than mere dollars.
The longer the nomination season the more extreme the candidates become. Bye-bye moderate Mitt, hello polarized politics.
Rick Santorum should prove definitively why voters should seek an extraordinary, rather than an ordinary, candidate for public office.
America is more than a country. It's a sociopolitical experiment unlike any other in human history.
Have we asked too much of our young people in the military?
Some find social issues a walk in the park. Santorum would abolish all pornography, calling it mind changing and addictive.
Liberalism isn’t a theory, in a manner of speaking. It’s a state of mind, a program by the feebleminded, all who have given up on hard thinking, an opiate.
As the city deteriorates, election season comes about and leaves a big impact on minds and wallets alike.
Outstanding work by Charlize Theron and Patton Oswalt help make this Diablo Cody-penned character study a winner.
Two incredible comedy classics make it to Universal's "100 Years of Unforgettable Movies" collection.
Rare, genuine cinematic romance.
A thoughtful spy film, but only for those with the patience for its glacial development and need for multiple viewings.
Doctor Who examines robophobia and the rights of mechanical beings in "The Robots of Death."
Although underdeveloped on story, Letter Never Sent is nonetheless a master class in black and white cinematography.
The Walking Dead goes big for Season 2 finale, and sets up much for Season 3.
Judge Jeanine followed up on last weeks story about Sgt. Rex with good news!
A discredited journalist and a punk computer hacker form an unlikely alliance in David Fincher's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgard has appeared in a wide range of films, from Blockbusters like last summer's Thor to small indies.
Snow White reveals her "Heart of Darkness" in this week's Once Upon a Time
It's a celebration of Brazilian jazz.
This is an extraordinary prog collection from the amazing Pat Mastelotto.
The first and last testament of T.S. Bonniwell
"We made a loud, fuzzy rock album. Did we finish it?"
You could meet and marry a wonderful, caring person after reading Page’s book.
Queenmaker is a biblical fiction first person narrative of Michal, King David's first wife (out of several) and the one to hold the title of Queen.
An action-packed, tense read from Theresa Meyers.
Do NOT Invent Buggy Whips focuses on the issue of how individuals can create disruptive product concepts and profit from them.
Teachers and parents can learn how to teach kids how to think most effectively for a lifetime and to instill the love of learning.
British ex-pat finds romance and intrigue in decadent Russsia
Really, the only things missing are the foot diagrams for choreographing the always-imitated, never-duplicated “Temptation Walk.”
Clearly, Ardania is meant for multiplayer beat downs, with three separate modes bringing a mixture of co-op and versus. While friendly armies are no smarter, at least matches feel less phoned in than the patterned campaign.
The Sacramento Kings waive forward J.J. Hickson.
Renegade Princess is Ann Marie Houghtailing’s poignant, hysterically funny and always interesting one-woman show.
Weight Loss Apocalypse-Emotional Eating Rehabilitation Through the hCG Protocol challenges us to find good substitutes for over-eating.
Mobile payment services have been sprouting up in a market that's expected to grow to well over $200 billion by 2015.
Do you want to learn to some more advance techniques of green screen and Roto?