Using a human being as an Internet connection for a festival is not cool.
Someone recently unearthed this original treatment of the Boss' 'Dancing In The Dark' video, and I must say that it is more entertaining to me than the official video that featured the lady who would go on to become Courteney Cox.
Thoughts go out tonight for longtime E Street saxophonist Clarence Clemons, who suffered a stroke in Florida on Sunday. Get well soon Big Man.
(Clarence Manion - an eye for interesting "tableware") I had always wondered just when it was the conservative movement took a dramatic, screeching shift to the right. What was that moment, who was the spark. I have on a number of occasions
(Visions of the Fear Card: Priceless) Historically, one would imagine every time any kind of reform is contemplated, the right wing quickly jumps i
Obama has begun. McCain follows in the second hour.... Wow, McCain mentioned Petraeus, the Military and being a POW in about a minute so far. Oh, and
[media id=3696] [media id=3697] (h/t Heather) The McLaughlin Group did the expected Year In Review episode. Panelists Pat Buchanan, Eleanor Clift,
Remember the old expression, "Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt"? Apparently, no one's told Supreme C
Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to the Blogging Banquet Hall. Your waiter today is once again Steven at The Opinion Mill, and he's ready with a list o
Empire Burlesque: Hype v. Hyderabad. At MaxSpeak, Max Sawicky’s proposal for an “intelligent immigration policy.” At No Comment, a less int
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