There's lots of news coverage of the NSA spying imbroglio, and I won't try to duplicate the work of others by trying to keep up with it here.
President Obama, defending his domestic spying program today, said that Congress knows all about it.
Turner Classic Movies, one of the best channels on cable TV, shows uncut, commercial-free old movies 24 hours a day. TCM's existence raises the important question: What to watch?
OK, I didn't know who Kevin Williamson was until today, either. But see if you agree that he's America's new hero.
Here's a weird dispatch — a very long, very interesting article about a patent filing in which an inventor claims to have made a huge breakthrough in the development of solar
Casey Blake was one of my favorite Indians for years, a regular-guy type who seemed to appreciate being in professional ball.
I enjoyed Cedar Point's new GateKeeper ride. As I prepared to get on board, I fleetingly wondered if I could get away with chickening out. That's always a good sign.
But I thought it was important to see what the real coaster fans thought. So I talked to them.
I've advocated all sorts of unpopular causes in this blog — I like Internet freedom, I like peace, I like the Cleveland Indians — so I may as well complete my contrarian portfolio by writing a qualified defense of the Koch brother
U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Toledo, hopes the U.S. won't intervene militarily in Syria.
Some lawmakers have been calling for U.S. air strikes. Peace activists hope the U.S. will stay out. Kaptur indicated she leans more toward the latter position.
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