A few months ago, I saw a commercial (or possibly a preview, hard to say) for a film starring Richard Gere, J-Lo, and Susan Sarandon. Normally, I wouldn’t pay much attention to such a flick, but
Those who would enjoy watching the Christians against the lions so long as the lions are liberals can hear Paul Krugman debate Hair Club For Growth President Stephen Moore here.
It’s really too bad that Andrew Sullivan is such a son of a bitch; he really does write well, and when he gets something right, he’s outstanding. He has been taking not an ounce of crap f
This is a damn interesting website, if a bit gossipy and inconsistent. Remarkable that Carter’s only health problem appears to have been pancreatic cancer, which is about the worst kind of canc
I missed this last night: I don’t know if anyone saw Wes Clark “interviewed” by Sean Hannity just now, but it almost came to blows. Riveting exchange as Clark called Bush a cheerlea
If it weren’t for Rob’s constant reminders about the insipid Bird Dog at Tacitus, I probably would have stopped going over there at all. I was interested in tracking down some right-wing t
No, but that’s an all too common subject line in my sent mail file over the past couple of years. Erik at Alterdestiny has a nice takedown of David Brooks latest effort: First, Brooks makes th
Strikes me as some significant news: In an interview with the Financial Times, Mr Struck departed from his government’s resolve not to send troops to Iraq under any circumstances, saying: “At pre