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Singham Returns

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Singham Returns

“Singham Returns,” which comes on the heels of 2011′s “Singham,” is not a movie.  Rather, it is an experience, in which director Rohit Shetty’s vision of a tight-panted, tight-shirted, bemuscled Indian police officer in mirrored aviator shades is hammered home with all the sublety of an alcoholic uncle at an open-bar wedding reception.  Fully... »

Episode 33, “Project Terminated”

Friday, August 15, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Episode 33, “Project Terminated”

  He’s dead, thought Agent Bridger. He’s dead. Let him be dead. The chopper floated above the cul de sac, gliding in methodical cross-hatches from North to South and back again. The pilot, half his face hidden behind a smoked visor, had not said... »

Technocracy: Blaming the White Man for Women’s Work Choices

Thursday, August 14, 2014
By Phil Elmore

My WND Technocracy column this week takes on the hysteria over sexism in the tech sector. The “problem” of sexism in the tech sector is wholly one of liberal invention. The drumbeat that tech jobs are rife with misogyny has reached a fever pitch... »


Episode 32, “An Army”

Friday, August 8, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Episode 32, “An Army”

  His joints hurt again. He could feel the fatigue deep in his bones, feel the Sleeper poison and the stimulants Montauk had given him, feel the punishment he... »

Technocracy: In Defense of Google Reading Your Mail

Thursday, August 7, 2014
By Phil Elmore

My WND Technocracy column this week is about Google scanning your e-mail to, among other things, target ads and catch pedophiles. What all this hand-wringing completely ignores… is that... »

Episode 31, “A Hammer”

Friday, August 1, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Episode 31, “A Hammer”

  Peyton marveled at the small crowd of little girls. They were all blondes, their hair colors ranging from platinum to Annika’s gold locks to something like auburn. They... »