Circus at the Press Club

Yesterday, I attended a National Press Club “event” in Washington, DC (if you want to see my story on it for ePM, click here) entitled “Who is a Journalist?” It was a panel… Continue reading

Changing the Mideast; Changing the Media

On March 8, I posted a diary about taking credit for results your actions did not cause. On March 11, Martin Peretz published “The Politics of Churlishness” in The New Republic, making the… Continue reading

That Ain’t the Half of It!

I’ve been thinking about the group called Students For Academic Freedom whose tagline is “You can’t get a good education if they’re only telling you half the story.” It’s a Horowitz organization (probably… Continue reading

The Ebbing Right

There has been a lot of talk of this recently, but I would like to try to encapsulate what has been going on in the minds of the right so that we on… Continue reading

Copyleft: The Grateful-Dead Effect

With the Supreme Court considering the MGM/Grokster file-download case, perhaps it is time once again to review what I have come to call “the Grateful-Dead Effect” and the inherent self-defeating silliness of the… Continue reading

The DVD Revolution: Movies, Culture, and Technology

 

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Dusty and Aaron at Shakespeare’s Sister 

Sex, Lies, and Videotape

The first I heard of the argument that Terri Schiavo was not in a persistent vegetative state was on Focus-on-the-Family’s James Dotson’s radio show.  That was about three weeks ago.  I thought it… Continue reading

Gannon and Horowitz

In her dKos post today on Jeff Gannon/James Guckert, SusanG writes “We are a country that’s been stretched to the breaking point with lies.” Recently, I have been exploring David Horowitz’s sites for… Continue reading

What David (Horowitz) Doesn’t Understand

In an article for his Front Page Magazine, titled ”Why Michael Can’t Read,” David Horowitz tells me, a leftist since earliest I can remember, why I believe as I do. The title of… Continue reading