The GOP chose William F. Buckley's path against Barry Goldwater's warnings, and the 2012 election proved their error.
Iran was thought to be willing to negotiate following the U.S. election, but that now seems doubtful.
Obama won the election, but wouldn't have kept control of the Senate without support from the Tea Party. That's right, the Tea Party helped him win.
How global domestic abuse affects you, and what you can do about it.
The New Planetary Reality explains distinguishing factors between people and spiritual beings or deities.
The Clockwork Sky is a steampunk manga book that kicks off in an alternate history version of Victorian London.
How to harness the power of your emotions to resolve problems, change behaviors, and achieve happiness.
"It’s actually a bit of a head trip, but I tend to like stories that make me think a little more."
Island of Vice is a colorful, rollicking account of Theodore's fight with New York City vice in the 1890s.
Unbored is an excellent resource for finding constructive ways to occupy time in the home while saving lots of money.
More reveals about Sherlock while he and Joan Watson investigate a plane crash
Sam and Dean find very little "Southern Comfort" in the latest Supernatural episode.
Bond, James Bond, is back and better than ever.
Skyfall capitalizes on all the Bond goodness while capturing the spirit of what’s hot in the movies today. A must-see.
Stargate Universe "Light" provides new insight into the Ancient ship Destiny and its crew. Come along as we revisit Stargate's final series.
New music for your post-election recovery.
Elizabeth Mitchell's Blue Clouds is a charming CD for children that exudes sweetness and playfulness.
Aaron Williams and The Hoodoo are an exciting group of blues-rock performers who put on an energetic, enjoyable show.
A new look at an old favorite. Pisces Iscariot gets a remaster but is it just as good as the 1994 original?
Singapore Dance Theatre's annual showcase presented exciting and accessible work from new choreographers.
Four standup comics left Singaporeans in stitches, with commentary on Asian life in the West and other topics.