Each weekend, I post a readable, a watchable, and a listenable of which I'm fond. You can choose what happens next. Earlier volumes can be found here.
I know great people (and that includes you Rabbit Reader) who sometimes have very strong political leanings. And they often want to share them in blog postings, or Facebook statuses, or from a recliner in their living room. And to be honest, I trust very few of these opinions. That's why I rely heavily on FactCheck.org which is nonpartisan and nonprofit (the same probably can't be said for most political commentary.) It's job is to monitor the accuracy of what politicians say. And unfortunately, it's a very big job. I smell some pants on fire, Senator.
Three times a week, my Tivo delivers the loveliest of packages: How I Met Your Mother. I initially watched this CBS show in hopes that Neil Patrick Harris could make a comeback and he did - he's even hosting this year's Emmys. This show embraces the classic sit-com vibe and gives it a modern twist. It's legen...wait for it...dary. (A few full episodes can be found at Lifetime, which also shows 2 eppy's on Mondays.)
One of the albums I return to over and over again is Gavin Degraw's Chariot - Stripped. And the "Stripped" is super important as it would be in most circumstances. Degraw never sounds better than when he's naked - musically. This song, Belief, is a tasty musical morsel, if I do recommend so myself.