Trump is not a fascist, but he has tapped into a movement on the Right that is growing and confident.
My history of a roadside flower.
They’re for dealing with poonamis.
This Week! Housing, Work, Liberalism, Politics, and Society!
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I loved it at first sight,
Funniest Show Of 2014 Returns Tonight On Comedy Central.
They were, well, kind of peculiar…
Trump as the darkside of the American Economy
Grist for the millstone.
If we live in the age of the politics of personality, then perhaps litigation offers a window to a candidate’s embittered, unpleasant soul.
In which I tell big government and big corporations to get off my lawn.
Jon Rowe notes problems with bureaucratic tyranny in the United States with a personal story that focuses on a state and local government example thereof.
space geeks get a new discovery
A great song is a great song is a great song, no matter your age.
they totally stank
Reports of my death…
Should companies be allowed to discriminate against freelancers when looking to fill permanent positions?
A modest proposal for media organizations
Can everyone be suburban? Expanding a Debate….
Veronica Mars is a clinic in how to write a smart character.
With special guest appearances by Jane Austen and the 80’s screwball comedy Soul Man!
Thoughts on the Partisan Divide
On Ant-Man and The Marvel Formula
Starting a competitor to your employer while on the clock using employer resources seems like a pretty good way to destroy your career before it starts.
The Hunger Games movies do much to convince its audiences not to trust women with anything important.
All will be revealed (if you want it that way).
You Must Build A Boat
Post office edition!
Just to be sure …
Jon Rowe examines the concept of God through the lens of 18th Century American notions of “benevolence” with a special focus on Emmanuel Swedenborg.
this one with profanity!
Ze’s back! With a penis!
Alumni, cross-border hostility, Bernie Sanders and Jar Jar Binks. There’s serious stuff, too.
Monogamous marriage is the right choice for Burt Likko, but mocking those who make a different choice strikes him as very much the wrong way for conservatives to go about their business.
Did the 2nd Circuit just help or hurt underemployment in the legal industry?