If you use ‘literally’ too much, you can join a club: Americans Who Figuratively Use Literally, or A.W.F.U.L.
In symphonic, there is a vision of human brotherhood that gives voice to the universal thirst for freedom.
An exclusive look at the forward to Scott Greer’s bestselling book
‘The progressive knows that life is a battle and you never stop marching’
Amanda Palmer crafts a litany for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev that readers are calling ‘disingenuous, self-pitying and, well, trollish’
It’s more serious than you think.
The truth is that America is becoming a left-wing country.
The fact that cultural factors affect student achievement shouldn’t dissuade people from supporting education reform.
Until they do, studios won’t want to produce right-of-center content.
And I’m not talking about Rick Perry.
The nation’s prestigious cookie-cutters, and the human cookies they produce, are luxuries we can no longer afford.
The genre has become a parody of itself.
It’s painful to watch the Post, once a strong creature that hovered over the American cultural landscape, spiral and plunge to its death.
Former COO, Patrice Lataillade, has filed a lawsuit against Robert Duffy, president of Marc Jacobs International, claiming Duffy made employees both pole dance and look at his personal pornographic material
Yesterday, I caught an early viewing of Atlas Shrugged: Part 1. I was impressed.
Nothing says love-at-first-sight like: ‘Saw your eyes sparkle as Paul Ryan explained a deficit graph on Obama’s budgetary proposals.’
“The Proposal” co-stars spent New Years together and were spotted holding hands
By deriding rock music for being “masturbational,” Bloom did a disservice to conservatism.
Woman urinates on grocery store freezer, ruins $508 of baked goods - The Smoking Gun
A Pennsylvania woman, who had mistaken a grocery store fridge for a toilet, spiked more than $500 worth of baked goods with her urine
The real DaVinci code - The Telegraph
Italy’s National Committee for Cultural Heritage have revealed that by magnifying high resolution images of the Mona Lisa’s eyes letters and numbers can be seen