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Monthly Archive: July 2013
Mordecai Wiczyk of Media Rights Capital thinks that Elysium has an insurance policy to help boost ticket sales despite its disadvantages (including an R rating, no 3D version, etcetera). That potential upside is the relatability of the...
The problematic ones are the ones that are well-written but boring. It’s those that you realize half-way through that you only half-care what happens next.
Bradley Manning — convicted criminal. Whether he’s a martyr or a fool has yet to be determined.
The Ordinary Times fundraising drive continues.
At Maclean’s, Paul Wells looks at President Obama’s talk about the Keystone pipeline, as well as Prime Minster Harper’s actions, to try to determine just what the hell the PM is up to. Over at Politico...
I want to elaborate on something Elias touches on in his recent Salon piece. Declaring the Republican Party paralyzed by their on strategy of obstructionist nihilism, Elias explains,
Alex Pareene noticed this, too, but something I wanted to highlight is the fact that the president’s calling his new proposal — a cut to corporate tax rates in exchange for using the freed-up money...
Two weeks ago, the Justice Department issued a public notice inviting applicants “‘to refer anyone who had any information’ that might build a case against [George] Zimmerman for either a civil rights violation or...
The Mad Science of Hip-Hop: Party Music Gets Experimental.
President Obama is looking to strike another deal, using the corporate tax rate as a bargaining chip, but is this really the way to get economic growth?
After we returned from an early dinner with friends late Sunday afternoon, we began to hear the reports of disturbances a few blocks away from where we live in downtown Huntington Beach. The annual...
An instant classic in the field of so-bad-it’s-good.
It won’t come as a surprise that I tend to agree with Shawn’s assessment of mainstream liberalism’s relationship to its leftier-than-thou radicals. In the comments though, NewDealer’s remark helps crystalize the real conflict,
The Queen is under attack in Canada, but very few Canadians really care.
Another email from one of Sullivan’s readers
Andrew Sullivan has been hosting an ongoing series of emails from readers on the differences between Type II and Type I diabetes.
if you’re in your thirties or forties and you enjoy video games or superhero movies, well that’s what you enjoy. There is something tragic about being expected not to. Life is too short. But appearance? That strikes me as a place where it’s quite easy to conform.
The guy who gets to the front of the line at Starbucks and still hasn’t made up his mind is totally asking for it.