Yep, I’m Gay

How privileged we are to be alive

Lately I’ve been revisiting socialism. Most people, politicians or otherwise, seem to fear it more than H1N1, and I don’t respect these people much.


(Town)hallmarks of dissention

Ever watched a movie so bad you wished you had those two wasted hours back?

Raised Relief

Kicking against the pricks* … again

The low-rent, runt-of-the-litter media watchdog you thought you’d seen the last of has returned unbidden with the mange, a creepy eye and an irreversible hard on.

Editor’s Note

Headless horsemen

We should now be comfortable taking as fact the notion that public accountability in the city’s dealings with The Cordish Cos. is a giant cosmic joke.

Keeping Up with the Jones

The ‘Book of Faces’ and me

My sister visited me last year and had a new hobby — playing on Facebook. Are you kidding me? She was raised better than that!

Summary of My Discontent

Readers respond: music for Laura


Two columns ago, I asked readers to suggest albums that I could give to my daughter Laura, who is going off to college this week.

Guest Commentary

Bicycling safety and the law

Recent cyclist deaths and the newly launched “Street Sense” campaign — a city-backed program promoting road awareness — demand an alternative perspective.


Put the brakes on this tour

Three strikes and the Russ Parr Bus Tour should be out
of Louisville for good.

Fables of the Deconstruction

It means a lot

I have always considered myself something of a weird holy man.

Summary of My Discontent

Beer and loathing in America

The White House happy hour President Obama convened last week to soothe hurt feelings between Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Cambridge Police Sgt.