Does anybody really care that Law & Order is finally going off the air after 21 years? I don’t sense the pangs of nostalgia that usually accompany such an announcement. News that Mary Tyler Moore, Cheers or M*A*S*H were going dark prompted lots of Essays About The Show’s Enormous Cultural Impact. Law & Order? Not [...]
Our Assistant Managing editor Michael van der Galien did a great job live-blogging today’s episode of Glenn Beck.
You can read them all here:
Glenn Beck Live Blog Part I
Glenn Beck Live Blog Part II
Glenn Beck Live Blog Part III
Glenn Beck Live Blog Part IV
Glenn Beck Live Blog Part V
Glenn Beck Live Blog Part VI
Glenn Beck Live [...]
My latest article over at Pajamas Media is different from the usual. It isn’t about national security or elections, but is about the defining characteristic of my life. A heated debate about religion on “The Real World: Washington D.C.” on MTV inspired me to write an article that reads more like a sermon.
Although some of [...]
Last September, when Iran’s uranium enrichment plant buried inside a mountain near the holy city of Qum was revealed, the episode cast light on a wider pattern: Over the past decade, Iran has quietly hidden an increasingly large part of its atomic complex in networks of tunnels and bunkers across the country. via Iran Shielding […]
Where are the Muslims protesting the actions of Nidal Hasan or groups such as Revolution Muslim?
A radical New York group, Revolution Muslim, have co-opted Farfour, the mouse who teaches hate and urges deadly violence against ‘infidels,’ to promote their extreme views to Muslim youth in America. Originally a character from a fanatical children’s program on Al-Aqsa TV, the new Farfour [...]
Sen. Joe Lieberman opposes the current health care bill, so MSNBC’s Ed Schultz has a solution: punch him out. On last night’s episode of The Ed Show, Schultz asked Democratic Senator and way-too-frequent guest Sherrod Brown, D-OH:
What is the feeling towards Joe Lieberman? I mean how do you, you know, go into a room without [...]