by Amaury Nora America is an idea, a set of beliefs about people and their relationships and the kind of society which holds the best hope of satisfying the needs each of […]
The Project for Excellence in Journalism has some interesting data about the reporting of the Iraq War by the major cable news outlets. It seems that those most “fair and balanced” of […]
Check out this work by Chris Jordan, a Seattle photographer seeking to depict American life by creating images of our consumption. It’s an amazing comment on who we are – as depicted […]
As mad as I am about the Dems bending over and dropping trou for the Decider on the Iraq war bill, there’s actually another case of “surrender monkeying” that bothers me more, […]
By Martin Bosworth A few days ago, my esteemed fellow roguish scholar Mike commented eloquently on the double-plus goodspeak of Monica Goodling.
Virek must have seen it too; he screamed, and Baron Samedi, Lord of Graveyards, the loa whose kingdom was death, leaned in across Barcelona like a cold dark rain. – William Gibson, […]
Sirius satellite radio CEO Mel Karmazin met with share holders of his embattled company yesterday and apologized for the decline in stock values of his company. However, he pointed out that rival […]
Democrats give Dubya billions to pay Halliburton – I mean, for the Iraq war – meanwhile, he announces al Qaeda’s winning…and he thinks Osama’s lonely….
From the “Our elected representatives don’t give a damn what we the people want done as long as they’re not incurring His Majesty George’s displeasure” desk: This just in – George W. […]
St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Josh Hancock was recently killed in a tragic automobile accident. You probably saw the story. Now, his father has (yeah, here comes the stunner) filed a lawsuit. Suit […]
Should a high school senior who writes an incendiary column for his school paper be considered a full citizen worthy of First Amendment protection against school officials censuring his work? Despite previous […]