While the mass protests in the Middle East continue to grab news headlines, and I have an article with my feelings on them coming early next month, I feel I should first give my opinion on protests currently going on in the USA. Specifically, government
Well dear readers, tonight is the Academy Awards. Pretty much the Super Bowl of Hollywood Cinema, this is the first time in years I am looking forward to the Oscars, seeing as how this year has some legitimately good competition between movies for the awards.
For all of you who pay attention to the Oscars each year, this year looks like it will be a heated competition. For those of you that don’t, there’s probably a very good reason you don’t pay attention to the Oscars. Namely, that most people
In the latest continuation of my hometown’s economic nosedive, the New China Buffet recently closed its doors. In addition to serving the best Oriental food in town, and the best soup dumplings this side of Shanghai, it was a popular place were my friends and
For those of you who missed Jeopardy earlier in the week, there was a three day long competition between all time Jeopardy champions Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter, and IBM supercomputer Watson. In case you were wondering, the results were telling. Despite a strong showing
Few novels from the last one hundred years have had as much influence as the novel Atlas Shrugged. The magnum opus of author and philosopher Ayn Rand, it is one of the longest books ever written, and contributed greatly to her school of philosophy, Objectivism.
Today dear readers, is Valentines Day. As you are all aware that this holiday has dual meanings. If your are lucky enough to be dating someone, this usually means a romantic date, a passionate night, and giving gifts like chocolates, teddy bears and bouquets of