Boris Lutskovsky grew up in the Eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, and for years he thought of himself as a Russian. As tensions rise in the Bloodlands, Boris reflects on what it means to be Ukrainian.
A bunch of artists I’ve never heard of and a few I have.
Artistically speaking, turning ‘Between Two Ferns’ into a commercial for the Affordable Care Act was a bad idea.
The post title says it all.
You’re welcome to all the peaches you can eat, man. But please shut up about it.
Large endowments may be the answer to funding problems, but does that mean an end to those things which make some schools so special?
Ten actors, in a particular order. Who’s eleventh?
Daylight Saving Time remains my most hated Saving Time.
So… what are you playing?
Feelin’ homesick on a Friday. With videos.
Beards have definitely made a comback. The question: Are they less professional than a cleanly shaven face?
Religious liberty is only given priority when the stakes don’t matter. That’s because few truly believe that “religious” beliefs have special status.
Links! Click on them and go places! This week: Europe, Politics, Robots, Health, Housing, and Jobs! Including a report from Ryan Noonan.
Life Is Difficult.
Probably should have thrown this one back…
As the regulators close in, I find myself wondering if I need to go buy two years’ worth of ecigarette supplies and ejuice when I am not sure if I will still be vaping a year from now.
Critical thinking often serves as self defense. Vikram comments on the false equivalence.
The best rock band you’ve probably never heard.
So… what are you giving up for Lent?
Should we care if cultural institutions like museums fail? Yes, explains New Dealer.
More than a week in the woods.
The left isn’t where the right is today, but more and more they appear to be starting down the same path the right unwisely chose twenty years ago. Tod Kelly sets the table for an upcoming short series. BSDI knee-jerkers, start your engines!