‘In 2005, Michael Shanks, the Omar and Althea Hoskins Professor of Classical Archaeology at Stanford University and director of the Archaeology Center’s Metamedia Lab, and three colleagues started The Presence Project to…


‘I am currently in New Orleans on my nineteenth trip to the Gulf Coast since Hurricane Katrina, as part of the Mercatus Center’s research on Gulf Coast rebuilding. Earlier this month, I’d…



‘Telling us how many dollars have been spent on the war in Afghanistan is fundamental to the Department of Defense’s (DOD) effort to garner public and congressional support for prosecution of the…



‘Richard Jewell, the former security guard who was wrongly identified as a suspect in a fatal bombing at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, died Wednesday morning at his home in Meriwether County,…


‘President Bush plans to ask Congress next month for up to $50 billion in additional funding for the war in Iraq, a White House official said yesterday, a move that appears to…


‘Thousands of Chileans took to the streets yesterday in a burgeoning middle class revolt against the 17 years of coalition government that has ruled since the fall of Augusto Pinochet in 1990….



‘The following is Part-3 of a multi-part true story adapted exclusively for The Paranormal Report from the author’s ebook on CD, The Secret of Nine. It is a story about a series…


‘Authorization of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) runs out at the end of September. This gave the Democrats and some Republicans in Congress an opportunity to vote in July to…


‘Following the conviction of a few low-ranking soldiers for their roles in the Abu Ghraib prison abuse scandal, Lt. Col. Steven Jordan was found guilty Tuesday by a 10-member jury of only…


‘New York – United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday pushed a three-point action plan to end the ethnic conflict in Sudan’s Darfur region, starting with the deployment of a 26…


‘MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – Google Inc. said Tuesday that its chief financial officer will retire by the end of the year, creating the highest-ranking job opening at the Internet search leader since…


‘WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Greenhouse gas emissions — not El Nino or other natural phenomena — pushed U.S. temperatures for 2006 close to a record high, government climate scientists reported on Tuesday. ‘The…


‘BOISE, Idaho – Under fire from leaders of his own party, Idaho Sen. Larry Craig on Tuesday said the only thing he had done wrong was to plead guilty after a complaint…



‘George Bush yesterday ramped up the war of words between the US and Iran, accusing Tehran of threatening to place the Middle East under the shadow of a nuclear holocaust and revealing…


Mixtapology Volume Three, the new podcast from DJ Phalaris, has recently been released at FudoMouth.net. In this expansive third mix, DJ Phalaris structures a layered and thematic sonic journey thru the shadowed…



‘There was this hallucinatory summer at the end of the ’70s when the band Throbbing Gristle served as the soundtrack to my teenage friends’ and my descent into self-destruction. Punk had begun…


‘Last year, two distinguished political scientists, John J. Mearsheimer, of the University of Chicago, and Stephen M. Walt, of the John F. Kennedy School of Government, at Harvard, published a thirty-four-thousand-word article…



‘President George Bush finally lost his battle to hang on to the attorney general, Alberto Gonzales, yesterday after months of unremitting Congressional pressure over a series of scandals that included the firing…


‘Like the pope, the president doesn’t admit error. This was an early governing principle in the Bush White House. Policies could "evolve." Talking points could be replaced by new ones that contradicted…