PJ Media’s co-founder was serious about getting back to creative writing…
Ariel Castro’s crime is the stuff of the grislier fairy tales. Which invites the question: Just where did those fairy tales come from?
After a week of depressing headlines, signs of life on the American horizon
Annals of the art world: everything old is new again
Page 37 of Logan Beirne’s Blood of Tyrants describes the dignified sensibilities of the framers of our government. How different from today…
After 26 weeks, I think I’ve learned a good bit; here’s an explanation of the method as I see it today, and a template for starting your own 13 week experiment.
Conflicting studies point to challenging results: doctors can save babies but at a higher risk of provoking the development of disabilities.
My money is on political profiling.
If J.J. Abrams and his screenwriters had their way Obama would not have even taken out Osama bin Laden…
These boogeymen from the stars make us afraid of ourselves.
Excerpts from page 13 of Howard Bloom’s The Mohammed Code and page 52 of Robert Spencer’s Not Peace But a Sword help define the differences.
Very different from Robert Redford’s terrible The Company You Keep, go see Oliver Assayas’s Something in the Air instead.
“Since this is not negated later, we can take from this verse that it is permissible to have sexual intercourse with a prepubescent girl.” — IslamOnline.Com
They say money can’t buy you happiness, but apparently it can buy you a place at the front of the line.
“The wise woman builds her house, but with her own hands the foolish one tears hers down.” — Proverbs 14:1
Few corporations have maintained such high standards as Disney.
Commuting in our nation’s capital is not for the faint of heart or for the “easily annoyed.”
Why the New Criterion‘s theater critic was ejected from the theater.
The electric car market, which is already saturated with expensive creations only a very small percentage of the population can purchase, has now become SUPER-saturated.
This excerpt from page 8 of Camille Paglia’s Sexual Personae: Art and Decadence From Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson reveals the battle between religions that worship Mother Nature and those that transcend her.