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Stooges movie films in April – but still no cast, say Farrellys

The upcoming Three Stooges movie is just weeks away from filming and Bobby and Peter Farrelly still haven't found their leading men. "We're shooting at the end of April," Peter told CNN at Wednesday's ... read more

Calamities of (super)nature

A recent one deals with ghosts and the soul, and it hits on a message I’ve said many times: there’s no such thing as the supernatural. Either something is natural — that is, part of the Universe — or ... read more

A final word on Marshall’s comments

If Chicago columnists and national NFL analyst types thought Jay Cutler behaved poorly in a press conference setting, they should probably take a look at the 1 minute, 40 second group interview Brando... read more

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Inequality is a political problem, not an economic one

If you are scoffing at such claims, chances are you part of the problem. So we demonise government, we laud private enterprise unconditionally, we privatise everything in sight, we cut services becaus... read more

Green Diary Rescue & Open Thread: Mass Transit

The diary rescue begins below and continues in the jump ... Why pour $200 million in Federal Department of Energy money into Barbour's lobbying clients' pockets for an unpopular, expensive, polluting ... read more

Complex Issues & Public Outrage

This week on the JOURNAL, Bill Moyers spoke with two journalists from the progressive magazine MOTHER JONES about Wall Street’s power over Washington and why the public isn’t demanding more regulation ... read more

Should vaccines be compulsory?

I was asked in a recent interview if I thought parents should be mandated by law to vaccinate their children. I hesitated, knowing this was a thorny topic. I said I wasn’t sure, which was true. But I ... read more

Stories for January 2013

As mentioned in my previous meditation, all the other loves of life will make sense and fall into their rightful place when we realize that we cannot become who God intends us to become without the lo... read more

Politicians are powerless over Australia's economy

The fate of the Australian economy - the big ups and downs of the economic cycle - will be determined by global conditions, not domestic ones, writes Chris Berg. Australia is a very small country with ... read more

VUToday 2016

Christian Science Monitor: Could ‘faithless electors’ undermine the Electoral College? Washington Post: Opinion: Six books for insight on a Trump presidency Associated Press: Maryland Democrats look f... read more

Stories for April 2012

posted: 04/30/2012 3:44 p.m. Delta Air Lines said on Monday that it will buy a refinery near Philadelphia in the hope of slicing $300 million a year from its jet fuel bill. posted: 04/30/2012 3:24 p.m ... read more

The American Dream In Reverse?

She said: “We’ve been living the American dream in reverse... Adjusting for inflation, average wages are lower than they were in the 1970s. Our minimum wage, adjusting for inflation, is lower than it ... read more

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