There are two events Thursday for folks who are interested in Lake Erie. As it's a bit late to publicize them in the paper, I am sharing the news with you here.
It's becoming harder and harder for members of Barack Obama's fan club to defend their hero — as least when it comes to his defense for NSA spying.
Perhaps you've heard of the Illuminati, the secret society that supposedly rules the world.
Two of my favorite writers have died within two weeks of each other: Jack Vance, 96, an American, and Iain M. Banks, a Scotsman.
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
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