Hooray for the Occupy movement and the general uprising against corporate greed! It's having an impact.
"Hugo" and "The Decendants" get two thumbs up. "Melancholia" on the other hand gets two thumbs down.
In times like these some might ask: does a strategic focus on defeating right-wing extremism continue to make sense? I think so, and here's why.
A Muppets encounter with the Occupy movement might have made for a more interesting reboot of the franchise.
Two million desperate job hunters will, on Jan 1, 2012, lose the only lifeline that keeps them and their families surviving.
Everyone should have paid attention recently as people massed in public, in numbers greater than ever. Of course, the story had elements of tragedy and violence as well.
The famous McRib pork patty once again made a brief appearance at a McDonald's near you for a brief three weeks.
My relationship with her is a trying undertaking, a constant struggle. She is a part of my family, and she is a motorcycle. She's taught me a lot about fighting for what's important.
Alabama approved the racist, anti-immigrant, anti-Hispanic law HB56. The law, passed by the GOP legislature and pushed through by the GOP governor, cries out for a nationwide counterattack.
It is time for the federal government move in and stop what has become a pattern of attacks on the fundamental rights not only of Occupy protesters across the country, but on the rights of all Americans to engage in peaceful protest.