When the Devil's not in the details...BC writers get right to the point.
"There, I Said It!" is a Blogcritics feature dedicated to bringing you brief and entertaining stories from the brilliant minds (and keyboards) of the infamous sinister cabal. Sometimes we're thoughtful, sometimes we're crazy, sometimes we're funny. And sometimes, we just gotta say it...
McCain would gladly "unilaterally" strike Iran, if Israel so chose.
Mark my words and take no heart in them.
I'm a brony and proud to admit it. Here's my take on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.
When I see a panhandler who has a sign that reads "Like Me on Facebook" poised above his tin cup, I have to believe this thing is out of control.
"The God Particle" was found, so now we need the "Miracle Particle" and "Stupid Gene" then we're all good.
It's inexcusable that multiple Penn State top officials cared more about Sandusky than his victims. There needs to be severe consequences for their immoral inaction.
Sites like Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr are the popular way of meeting new people and are quickly changing society.
Was it unfair for Howard Stern to predict the first quarterfinal results before America voted on America's Got Talent?
If feckless isn't trending on Twitter, it should be.
India is in a flurry.
Some criticism of the president, from a devout Democrat.
The alleged video of the brutal murder of Lin Jun has received hundreds of thousands of hits. Is this new?
The Celtics may lose one of their Big Three of KG, Allen, or Pierce to retirement, trade, or free agency, but can still be title contenders...
If you can't explain why you love or hate a book then shut it up!
No room for creativity in contemporary traditional publishing
There were other very good uses for the old big fat phonebooks that had nothing to do with making phone calls.
Fifty Shades of Grey has taken the female market by storm, but what does that really say about our gender?
Killing the Fat Lady of Literary Deconstructionism
Reports indicate that Woodson was given a three-year deal around $12 million.
Crimes in Southern Indiana is a sad state of affairs.