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No More Hilary Swank
Why Hollywood won't cast the 2-time Oscar winner
JULY 16, 2016 AND MAGAZINE IN ENTERTAINMENT
You take that leap, and sometimes you fly and sometimes you fall
Hilary Swank won fame and acclaim for her Oscar-winning performance in 1999's Boys Don't Cry. She did it all over again five years later when she won...
#Oscar #Hilary Swank #Actress #Overexposure #Lung Transplant
Mr. and Mrs. Wannabe
How Rev. Ike's mantra snatched the body politic's brains
FEBRUARY 27, 2016 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
And, for the same 'reason' that lotteries have been discovered by nations and states the world over
"The lack of money is the root of all evil!" Thus spake that faux Zarathustra, a.k.a. the late Chicago minister/shepherd to his acquisitive sheep back...
#Donald Trump #Angelina Jolie #Wealth #Money #Barack Obama
The Art of the Raw Deal
AUGUST 14, 2015 AND MAGAZINE IN THE LEFT
Trompe L'oeil, something misleads
Space as Cathedral
Earth's inhabitants still suffer from that oedipal thing
AUGUST 1, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN LITERATURE
It's time to reevaluate our collective relationship with the Mothership.
No H20 for Kim and Khloe?
Californians prohibited from watering Kardashians
JULY 17, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN THE LEFT
Yes, we are aware of the drought!? fumed Kim as she floated in her Olympic-sized swimming pool.
WW2 Not the Greatest
The World War Two Generation is not the Greatest Generation
JANUARY 11, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN THE LEFT
Tom Brokaw based his premise on a fallacy, "Bigger is better."
The Risk Of Liberty
How Playing It Safe Leads To Tyranny
APRIL 11, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN THE RIGHT
Every law has a good reason. Every tiptoe toward tyranny can be justified.
Shameful Terry Richardson
Exploiting Lindsay Lohan
FEBRUARY 22, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
The mangling of the term controversial artist is where I take issue
USA Not Hurray
Why I live beyond the DisUnited States of North America
FEBRUARY 20, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
Crazy as bedbugs!
Big Birds and rare lions
Debates, big birds, election stress...
OCTOBER 20, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN UNASSIGNED CATEGORY
How does an ordinary American filter out the rhetoric and make the right choice?
romney loyalty oath
Let's All Take the Mitt Romney Loyalty Oath
AUGUST 15, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
Rich people good, poor people bad.
Coming out party
Crashing the Party on Obama's Marriage Equality Announcement
MAY 22, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
Maybe it's time for the President to earn his Nobel Peace Prize.
Rio Mangini, piano protege
MARCH 1, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN MUSIC
2011 American Protege International Piano & Strings Competition Honorable Mention
The Academy Awards
Do they really matter?
FEBRUARY 28, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN CULTURE
If the Academy wants to be relevant, then perhaps it needs to see all of us as relevant to it.
Award Winning Rep's
A look at who represents the nominees and winners
FEBRUARY 27, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN ENTERTAINMENT
A a summary of the 2011-12 winners and nominees across the major awards.
Night of The long Knives
Simon Cowell gets cut throat on X Factor USA
FEBRUARY 8, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN ENTERTAINMENT
Jones and Scherzinger get the chop, and what was the attraction with 'America's Sweetheart' Paula?
The Office without Steve
The Office Ensemble Finds New Ways to Charm
FEBRUARY 1, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN ENTERTAINMENT
I have found myself increasingly drawn to these strange but lovely people...
Hollywood Drowns in Its Own Crap, Vanishes. News at Eleven.
JANUARY 16, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN ENTERTAINMENT
Half the party was involved in The Business to one degree or the other—okay, so one guy shoots porn.
Even the victors undone
We Expect Soldiers to Return to Peaceful Life
JANUARY 13, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN THE LEFT
War hasn't changed since the ancient Greeks.
What makes a good debate, and where are they a waste?
DECEMBER 23, 2011 AND MAGAZINE IN THE INDEPENDENT
When it comes to debating, it's all about the candidates.
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