A selection of favorites from the editors of Ordinary Times
Tomatoes are daunting!!! DAUNTING!!!
Hopefully the last (possibly the first) piece you’ll ever have to read about gentrification (in Hamilton, Ontario).
Get off my moisture-vaporator farmed lawn
Sharing Scouting values with girls seems like a pretty good idea.
Another trip to Qatar. Another handful of anecdotes.
Does a football team need fans?
US Territories are treated like second-class Americans. Here’s an idea on how to change that.
We can’t keep hiding behind tradition and our responsible reputations.
The construction of Trump’s border wall is officially underway. Should anyone be excited about this?
Was the Maria response a failure of the president, the bureaucracy, both, or neither?
Tom Petty has passed away at 66.
The choice paradox, but with labor.
Curves And Surfaces are SEXY!
It’s time to move on.
Gabriel Conroy examines the appeal to disbelief.
In which the victory of Roy Moore deflates the myth that Trumpism is primarily about Trump.
The true legacy of racism.
Parting thoughts on the former next Madame President. (Or: I listened to 16 hours of Hillary Clinton so you don’t have to.)
Trump’s campaign hats are why Trump won
There’s been a stunning lack of candor about the staying power of the ACA.
I miss the days when late night comedians didn’t talk about politics all the time.
Country music loses another…
Conservatives continue to deal with the death of fusionism and the challenge of figuring out what comes next.
On Saturday New Zealand has an election, who are the main players and what are the big issues?
How do you verify identity in a digital democracy?