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Richard L. Barrett III
The conflict in Iraq is pushing America to another upheaval within itself in the same way Viet Nam did. It will be ugly.
Democratic Senate minority leader, Harry Reid, upon the breaking news of a major Muslim terrorist plot to blow up twenty airplanes in the sky was foiled, couldn't wait to jump at the opportunity to criticize the Bush Administration
Fullerton, CA based indie recording artist, Timothy John Ramirez known as TJR, reponds to a wide range of topics regarding his music, his influences, the recording process and future plans.
Steely Dan decided for this, their current tour, to mine the vaults of their lesser known catalogue in place of the standard fare of their AM and FM hits. Bold move and fun to boot!
Dashboard Confessional has a plan: To conquer the world one teenage girl at a time.
Def Leppard celebrates their musical influences on their new CD, YEAH!, and forget to incorporate themselves into the music. Still, it works as a Summer ear-candy treat.
Senator John Gore-Clinton recently announced that he will be seeking the office of President of the United States in the 2008 election. He sat down with me for an interview covering a wide range of topics...
Examing the legacy of Barry Bonds against the backdrop of America's sense of fair play.
A supporter of the Michael Berg for Congress 2006 campaign rises to defend Berg against my previous column, Michael Berg Never Looked Into The Eyes Of A Terrorist, and I offer a rebuttal.
Indie recording artists, The Timothy John Ramirez Band, release their new single criticizing the once maverick music-only channel that has become a haven for teen-based reality shows.
The Simple Life returns to television this Sunday on the E! network.
A tale of two parties, the Democrats leading up to the war in Iraq and the Democrats in the face of adversity.
Differences between Republicans and Democrats
An irreverent look at the past two dramatic weeks on American Idol, proving that, for this author, there is such a thing as too much of a good thing.