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Mono-Highbrow: A Lowbrow Critique

I’ve been reading anthologies again, God help me. It’s all about money, as in we ain’t got none. So it’s back to teaching, and that means reading the anthologies that attempt to take a bunch of innocent kids through the…

Jul 18, 2009 | Comments (49)

A Mexican Love Story: The Zetas And Their Corrupt Cop Bitches

Ok, so it’s been a while since the last update to this column. It is not that I’ve been THAT busy, I’ve just been a victim of my own laziness (I suspect it’s related to my pill and smoke habit…

Jul 15, 2009 | Comments (8)

People Start to Die

In a world without miracles, death is a miracle. A bad one. It makes no sense at all. This creature, your relative—Hell, your dog—was a constellation, a huge Venn diagram of metonymies, with a middle name and opinions and allergies…

Jul 13, 2009 | Comments (48)

Mark Ames On MSNBC Talking About Obama's Visit To Russia, And America's Oligarchy

[Interview with Ames starts at 2:00 mark] Mark Ames appeared on MSNBC earlier this week as a guest on Dylan Ratigan‘s new “Morning Meeting” show. Ames squared off against Jack Matlock, ex-American ambassador to the Soviet Union, now known as perhaps the…

Jul 9, 2009 | Comments (38)

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Public Enemies: Michael Mann's Big Sad

Public Enemies is an oddly soft, slow, elegiac film, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Some of my best friends are elegiac films. But it seems a regrettable approach to its main subject, John Dillinger, if you know anything at…

Jul 7, 2009 | Comments (14)

War Nerd: Battle Paintings: I May Not Know Much about Art, But I’ve Got A Gun

When the fourth of July rolls around, you’re supposed to think of, I don’t know, the Constitution and backyard cookouts like in old Chevy ads—but for me, it’s really Gettysburg we’re celebrating. Greatest battle in American history.

Jul 7, 2009 | Comments (86)

Mark Sanford’s Twinkie Defense: “I Cheated On My Wife Because Of High Taxes”

He knows his wife knows. So he ups and leaves for five days, doesn’t leave anybody in charge of the state, in case there’s an emergency…This is almost like: I don’t give a damn! Country’s going to hell in a…

Jun 27, 2009 | Comments (23)