When a previously mainstream group radicalizes, it’s worth considering how they got there.
Also, drinks and condiments
Water, energy, and infrastructure.
Sports! Gender! And the unraveling of the universe…
Mass deportation, please. Of screwworms.
Looking to build on a big (invisible) week.
Product Placement Done Right
On Subverting Tropes
(Obsidian is coming out with a new game… if you believe in pre-ordering, you ought pre-order)
An exercise in recreational antiquarian sports pedantry.
The intersections between energy, crime, religion, and Elon Musk.
A week of batching it.
Your body or your life?
Wetting some of the fray over rights and responsibilities.
News around the world…
Does telling someone that his running mate is a complete dirtbag require a trigger warning?
Academia, Neocons, and the Curse of Being Relevant.
Transportation, sports, society!
Not paying taxes for 18 years is not necessarily tax evasion
In light of Trump’s most recent loathsome statements, it is clear the Republican Party has fewer actual conservatives than it wishes to admit.
Politics in Britain and the United States.
Lamenting the eventual loss of commercials in the modern home.
Bet you weren’t expecting this..
In Big City, the Democratic party appears to manage some aspects of administering access to the ballot. That’s not…entirely a good thing.
CNMHW Crime, Nature, Money, Health, Work
Two of the three B’s.
Stuff here and abroad. Well, mostly abroad.
Listicles! Get yer Listicles right here!
It’s come down to this. Vanilla Bean Ice Cream, French Vanilla Ice Cream is calling you out!
(Featured image is of a retired DC-9 that was used as Air Force Two.)
Colorado’s 2016 state-wide ballot initiatives are final.
Voting and elections, here and abroad.
Taxes? We don’t need no stinkin’ taxes!
A preview of selected cases appearing on the United States Supreme Court’s docket for the 2016-2017 Term.
Book learnin’, life learnin’
You win all the games you don’t pick!
How to build a book collection for pennies on the dollar.
Articles, videos, and commentary relating to Elon Musk’s ambitious plan to provide a livable alternative to South Dakota.
A Princeton professor has demonstrated that you can’t pick stocks that “beat the market.” The future, by in large, is unpredictable. Except one area of the future, is predictable. For a possible investing strategy that relates to that predictable area of the future, read on.