So, CBS CEO Les Moonves thinks Dan Rather’s comments about Katie Couric are sexist, huh? CBS Corp. Chief Executive Leslie Moonves shot back at former CBS news anchor Dan Rather today, saying […]
An NCAA official ejected a sports reporter Sunday from the press box at a college baseball tournament game for providing “live” blog updates on his paperâ€™s Web site. The NCAA booted Louisville […]
Love’s not Time’s fool…. William Shakespeare I know why the caged bird sings… Paul Laurence Dunbar Today is a dubious anniversary in the history of my current state of sojourn, Virginia. It […]
By Martin Bosworth Yesterday, longtime Democratic consultant (and self-admitted “inexperienced blogger”) Dave “Mudcat” Saunders started a guest gig at Time’s “Swampland” blog by basically telling much of the progressive Democrat blogosphere to […]
George Bush’s private army Blackwater Security Consulting, the firm contracted with providing security services to civilian contractors in Iraq (among other services) is showing its admiration of Dick “Keep what you’re doing […]
On May 16, Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS) said: â€œWhen you have to spend more time up here on Capitol Hill instead of running the Justice Department, maybe you ought to think about […]
Thimerosal question back in the news: will special hearing move us closer to understanding causes of autism?
It looks like the Thimerosal debate is about to bubble back up, thanks to a US Court of Federal Claims hearing that’s getting under way in DC. Autism now occurs in more […]
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On September 12, 2001, the day after The Attacks, Hunter S. Thompson wrote: The towers are gone now, reduced to bloody rubble, along with all hopes for Peace in Our Time, in […]
By Robert Silvey Richard Rorty is dead at age 75. He was more than a philosopher; he was a social thinker. In this era of dysfunctional, amoral government, he left Americans a […]