Heartland Institute billboard featuring Unabomber Ted Kaczynski feeds Heartland’s critics and drives away their allies and donors.
Book review: Common Nonsense
In November of 2000, Americans sat on the edge of their seats waiting to find out who would be the next president. Protests were held, counter protests were organized to meet the […]
The Best CDs of 2009: the Album of the Year, and the Band of the Decade
The Scholars & Rogues Manifesto: what are we doing here?
It has been alleged that Scholars & Rogues is not, strictly speaking, a political blog. Sure, we write about overtly political issues and devote our share of time to things like media […]
America held hostage: Day 2,973
Rush Limbaugh’s new contract with Clear Channel is worth $400M through the end of 2016.
ElecTunesDay: ending the War on Music
Trusting is one thing I don’t know When it comes to the campaigning men But I’ll meet you at the election When I vote for the hope of this land – Sean […]
Democracy Death Match results: Limbaugh & Clear Channel defeat Fairness & Public Interest
Once upon a time in America there was a thing called the “public interest.” The airwaves were a publicly owned resource, and broadcasters profiting from their use were obliged to serve “the […]
When giants walked the earth…the end of “the age of rock stars…” a personal view…
I think maybe this starts at a Who concert in 1976: I went to the concert with two musician friends of mine and some women who, for reasons obvious to me at […]
Day of Silence for Net radio
Your favorite Internet radio station is probably dark today in observance of a nationwide day of silence. Day of silence protest hits Net radio – Stations battle royalty hike By Cade Metz […]
Sirius CEO Karmazin: we suck less than XM…
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 […]