Dan Savage wrote a book about the family that dare not speak its name.
If speculation about anarchist utopias is your thing, this is the book for you. But if you're after rollicking politicized space opera, you'd be better off digging up some (very) old Heinlein.
Several dozen Democrat office holders and former office holders are petitioning the South Carolina party to include perennial candidate, ex-felon and conspiracy freak Lyndon Larouche in the upcoming May 3 pre-pre-primary presidential debate.
The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation has published guidelines for submissions of designs for the World Trade Center memorial. Just in this most sensitive corner, they've managed to inject the worst kind of fake egalitarian nonsense into the rules.
In their latest attempt to intimidate users of P2P services, the RIAA is sending threats to individual users.
A few documents like this will go a long way toward silencing any lingering possible doubts about the legitimacy of having invaded Iraq.
This is probably as close as Heinlein ever came to following the old writing dictum to "Show, Don't Tell." Unfortunately, his every instinct is to Tell rather than Show. And Tell, and Tell, and Tell some more.
This is a more egregious violation of civil liberties, one with worse impact on the public, than about anything involved in the dreaded Patriot Act.