Even their ballads are played with an intensity more appropriate on a battlefield. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: May 2009
I read about America’s worst mom when she became famous last year. Continue reading
The law wants things to be completely legal or completely illegal while morality is rarely so black and white. Continue reading
I wonder what the change is relative to 2004?
Whenever I read something crazy in the Times – usually by Brooks – I bookmark it with the intention to blog my reaction. I have a whole backlog of Brooks columns to comment on and half-written posts brim full of … Continue reading
“The United States is a country that takes human rights seriously. We do not torture. Itâ€™s against our laws and against our values. And we expect all those who serve America to conduct themselves accordingly, and we enforce those rules…America … Continue reading
Lawrence Wilkerson on Cheney Third–and here comes the blistering fact–when Cheney claims that if President Obama stops “the Cheney method of interrogation and torture”, the nation will be in danger, he is perverting the facts once again. But in a … Continue reading
In a couple of short weeks, I am off to sunny Spain. I can’t wait.
I recently finished Michael Shermer’s Science of Good and Evil and reviewed it on Facebook. I have been enjoying Michael Shermer’s blog and writings in Skeptic magazine for a while now. His interviews with creationists are particularly spectactular. This book? … Continue reading
Sir Tim’s Ted talk was pretty silly but his interweb thingie is pretty cool and the true story deserves to be told. Now, for the first time, Verity Stob has that story. Here, for the first time on the series … Continue reading