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Raves for new HBO detective show

Unlike most television shows where writing duties are shared between many writers, there is only one man behind HBO’s “True Detective”: Nic Pizzolatto. The Louisiana native wrote all eight episodes in three months, by himself. Pizzolatto’s vision for “True Detective” is an anthology-style show with one complete story per season.
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‘Tis the Season to Steal the Season

While Christmas might be a time associated with Christianity and giving, its origins suggest quite the opposite. On December 25th every year, Christians worldwide celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ with...
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Cigarettes and Smiles: Cain’s Campaign

Former civilian naval mathematician and pizza company executive turned… politician? If this weren't enough to talk about, Herman Cain’s new campaign advertisement has succeeded in getting people to...
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The Separation of Cult and State

Your next president could belong to a cult. But haven't they all? In his official endorsement speech of Governor Rick Perry for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, Southern Baptist pastor...

Hello again, Dexter Morgan

The adrenaline-filled first scene to the new season of Showtime’s “Dexter” on Sunday night showed Dexter Morgan calling for an ambulance. “I—I’ve been stabbed,” he stammered. “I need help.”
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Don’t Take Life Too Seriously

If you search on the web for “The Mountain,” you will find, modestly perched atop advertisements for radio stations, youth camps, and ski resorts, a humbling three minute and eight second video that will...