Ed. Note: This is the second part of a four-part series of exclusive excerpts from Jonah Goldberg’s new book, “THE TYRANNY OF CLICHÉS: HOW LIBERALS CHEAT IN THE WAR OF IDEAS,” with an introduction from the author. The word “crusader” has
Ed. Note: Over the course of the next four days, Big Government will publish exclusive excerpts from Jonah Goldberg’s new book, “THE TYRANNY OF CLICHÉS: HOW LIBERALS CHEAT IN THE WAR OF IDEAS,” with introductions from the author. In recent
Okay, let me start by saying I really liked “Taken.” If you haven’t seen it, it stars Liam Neeson as an ex CIA badass who has retired so he can be near his teenage daughter. She lives with her mom
Editor’s Note: This piece was originally published Jan. 7th. It returns today for obvious reasons, but also for the benefit of new readers. The original post and comments can be found here. Last summer, Joss Whedon (yes, he’s my master
The strategy in the Goldberg household: DVR the Oscars and watch Iron Chef for a bit. Rack-up a few minutes of fast-forward time and then go back. That way, when winners start thanking their fifth grade speech therapist, you can
I learned during the commercial break that Tom Colicchio — head judge on Top Chef — is enough of a household name to become a Diet Coke pitchman. Who knew?
Last summer, Joss Whedon (yes, he’s my master now), caused a minor sensation with his Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog. One of the reasons the musical comedy about a would-be super-villain’s miserable love life was so successful — other than