“I left in love, in laughter, and in truth and wherever truth, love and laughter abide, I am there in spirit.” Who said it?
Guess who needs a gummit bailout? Hint: he once said this: “There can be no question our country is in the worst economic crisis of our lifetimes. I also think there can be no question that it falls on us, the individuals, to find a way out of our own personal crisis.” Give up? It’s […]
Deroy Murdock’s column on the letter from 49 former NASA employees who question global warming is nearly 700 words of fact free inflammatory language and logical fallacies.
I took a moment to peer out the hotel window, opening it an inch so that we could hear the turbulent rain. There were no people. The area was like an evacuation. They were all firmly inside their dwellings, waiting and watching nature for what it had in store. There was a long line of […]
Once I was a believer in the time-honored Senate filibuster tradition, although by “believer” I don’t necessarily mean that I loved it or revered it, exactly. I was more like a guy worried about a zombie apocalypse stocking up on 12-gauge shells. In case things go to hell, at least the good guys have the […]
What if it turns out Romney is little more than Sinclair Lewis’ Babbitt on steroids, with more money, clout, and ability to do harm? A classic satire has much to teach about today’s politics.
Heartland Institute president Joe Bast distorts polls, surveys, petitions, and studies in an essay supporting Heartland’s failed Unabomber/climate disruption billboard.
The United States sides with a state with an illegal nuclear weapons program over one without one.
After spending a little time video-gaming last week, I decided to hit up the great grand-daddy of zombie video games: Resident Evil. First booted up in 1996, the franchise has spawned more sequels than I can literally keep track of, including the newest installment released in March: Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. Except that I […]