The Cheney tag team is in the ring at the same time versus Iran.
In recent days we’ve seen headlines from Bush’s European farewell tour like this from the London Times: “President George Bush starts talking language of a dove.” Also, in an apparent admission that his beef with Iran might not be settled during his presidency, Bush, as reported by Agence France Press, said: “I’ll leave behind a multilateral framework to work this issue.” Continue reading →
Tennessee Williams spent the last few years of his life writing, revising, rewriting, and reworking a play that would become his final frustrated howl at the world.
And he considered it a comedy.
In fact, Williams subtitled A House Not Meant to Stand “a gothic comedy.” But instead of creepy, stately old castles or Victorian mansions, the gothic environment Williams creates is a Faulknerian, dilapidated-glory-of-the-South sadness embodied by a ramshackle house that leaks through the entire play. Continue reading →