Both Boehner and McConnell have deluded themselves into believing they have already triumphed. Health care was to be Obama's Waterloo, but he won that battle. Those he defeated have become Napoleons.
I've combed through this thing line-by-line and pulled out the ten most egregious medical conditions now covered by the hardworking taxpayers.
What I'd rather do is to see life as joy and see the pain as existing in the space between. It is like seeing my recent discomfort as a chapter in the book, not the book itself.
On today's Wilshire & Washington: Did everyone enjoy the Jim Bunning Saga of Obstruction? When did acting childish and churlish (and not getting anyth...
Television and movies have always been my friend, my real mother, my real father, my future boyfriends and college life and eventual career.
Just as the Hollywood Powers That Be are beginning to consider the lessening impact of box-office stars, the Broadway Powers That Be are concluding the only box-office sure-things are star names.
Ninja Assassin dropped on account of being terrible and shockingly boring for the first half of the picture. It's a bunch of ninjas trying to kill each other and James McTeigue found a way to make that unexciting and tedious.
Please, let's not turn this film's success into a The Blind Side vs. Precious debate, with alleged implications for Barack Obama and/or Sarah Palin in the next election cycle. Don't be that idiot.
The festival-circuit darling Precious has debuted with $1.8 million on just 18 screens. Yes, that's $100,000 per screen for three days. That's the twelfth-biggest per-screen average of all time.
I found parts of A Christmas Carol, which is being marketed exclusively to kids with Disney's promotional muscle, to be much more upsetting than anything in Where the Wild Things Are.
This is, by my count, the third version of Dickens' story that Walt Disney Studios has put out. The story, however, was always Dickens', as it is now.
Robert Zemeckis's artists and performers have partnered stunningly lifelike animation with at once astonishing and invisible 3D effects work, creating the illusion of living inside a movie.
The U.S. needs an "adult" group. A group who does good "stuff" but with a different mandate. The first and only criterion to get into this special group is that you tell the truth all the time.
There is a fine line between moments when we say "yes" to open up to new life possibilities, and, when we say "no" to honor ourselves and maintain a healthy boundary.
(500) Days of Summer shows that sometimes relationships fail regardless of how much you love someone, but going through that experience can make you a better person.
While Hollywood continues to dominate the global film market, the most original, intelligent, and enduring movies today are being made outside this country.