Manslaughter will put Ice-T's group back on the metal map.
Last Tuesday was the State of the Union address, in which the President laid out a bunch of plans and Republicans denounced them. Rightbloggers got into this with the aplomb you'd expect. But when rising GOP star Marco Rubio had a comical moment in his official Republican response, and people had ... More >>
It was right there. Paul Ryan teed one up for Joe Biden, basically saying "make me look as dopey as Dan Quayle -- I'm 'no Jack Kennedy.' Say it -- I dare you." And the vice president took the pitch.Lloyd Bentsen would be spinning in his grave.During tonight's debate, Ryan did the unthinkable: he mad ... More >>
Indianapolis mobilizes for an epic battle with an urban legend
This week Bones, intrepid art-world raconteur, reports back from D'Amelio Terras Gallery in Chelsea, where 1992009 juxtaposes contemporary stars from 1992 with the young gallery talent of 2009. What kind of shape are we in these days, anyway? Courtesy D'Amelio Terras It is important to note that t ... More >>
See what you can do with $250 million from Carlos Slim? The Times has an entertaining interactive feature today with which you can scan the Inaugural grandstand, and use your cursor to pick out and identify people, if the Times has already ID'd them. They don't seem to recognize Dan Quayle, and the ... More >>
In honor of Election Day, the New York Times has been featuring for the last week a video "Critic's Picks" from A.O. Scott on the subject of Michael Ritchie's The Candidate (1972). "I don't think there's any movie that captures the chaos and intensity of Democratic politics quite as well," Scott say ... More >>
[Our weekly feature on conservative blogs' recent offenses to reason; archive here.] All outside activity ceased to matter when the Republican National Convention began, and after Sarah Palin's well-received speech on Wednesday, John McCain ceased to matter, too. Or so it seemed from rightblogger c ... More >>
[Our weekly feature on conservative blogs' recent offenses to reason; archive here.] Barack Obama's acceptance speech at INVESCO Field in Denver was watched by a record-breaking 38.4 million television viewers. Between them and the 80,000 people who were on the scene, the chances of spinning his st ... More >>
Veep's debate performance shifts headlines away from Bush's lousy show
Tupac speaks from back when there seemed to be no choice
Defending Bill Clinton's My Life
Recounting election-year movies that attempted to swing the vote
How Rudy Stacks Up Against His Hero
Its Been Three Weeks Since the Attack. How Should America Respond?
Right Joins Left in Call For an End to the Drug War
Megabuck Salary and Powerhouse Reputation Can't Buffer Candidates From Loss
Where's the Republican's Expensive Hired Gun When He Needs Him? Michigan.
Black Church Backers Sing Hosannahs
How Bush Met His Maker in South Carolina
Bill Bradley Fields a Dream Team of Endorsers
Charles Barkley, NBA 1984Present
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