Celebrating the death of Zarqawi, the President puts his spin on the
Another winning strategy for Team Bush and its war on terror.
In his new short story collection In Persuasion Nation, absurdist extraordinaire George Saunders offers a surreal depiction of the destruction of individuality through consumer mega-culture.
A vote to ban gay marriage always works like a charm.
As hurricane season began in earnest, Ray Nagin, who famously declared New Orleans a "chocolate city," began his second term as mayor. What better time to appreciate the way George Clinton, America's should-be poet laureate, has funked up politics?
The Colorado Rockies recruit Christian players and claim God is at work on their game. Major League Baseball woos evangelicals with special "Faith Days at the Park." Something's going on here, but it has nothing to do with God.
A contrite Commander in Chief will watch his words from here on.
Desperate for medical care, an ailing granny pies the President and
finds a soft bed in a country club prison. It's enough to make you go
out and commit a crime.
Former Heisman trophy winner and ganja-smoking peacenik Ricky Williams is
contemplating the sweet life in the Canadian Football League. Here's
hoping he finds it.
In Literary Lives, caricaturist Edward Sorel tells all and then
some about giants like Yeats, Proust, Hellman and Jung within the
humble frame of a comic strip.