A selection of favorites from the editors of Ordinary Times
Comity, good faith, and bi-partisanship are at an end. How should the Democratic Party conduct itself after Trump?
Never before can I recall the Order List being more interesting.
With a free bonus Ballgate Scandal!
But take heart, the future of government health-care is almost certainly more generous than its present.
Shared Universes are a recommendation algorithm and a sequel factory and our enjoyment or lack thereof doesn’t really factor in.
It is exceedingly difficult to get people to tell each other new and different stories than they do.
Yet it may prove to be existentially important to persuade them to do exactly that.
Democrats have always been more powerful as a party when their coalition is broad and inclusive of a large slate of conservative leaning red and purple state Democrats. Building such a coalition is getting harder, but it is still the only way forward.
Examining how “fake” the news really is, and the methods by which our news is circulated.
I daresay these are the most explosive congressional hearings since Anita Hill’s testimoy.
Are colleges teaching critical thinking?
The heat of the politics of the moment.
This week: Government, Family, Media, Transportation, and Politics
Do we have a right to keep people’s parentage from them?
Is the debate over breastfeeding a microcosm of everything that’s wrong with modern culture?
Guest author Kate Haverson has done the unthinkable.
It was supposed to be only a five hour tour…
Many scientists like to nitpick science fiction, but why should they have all the fun?
Don’t say goodbye, because he hasn’t really left.
Sometimes, it’s not actually about the thing.
It’s not often, but sometimes the South is right and the rest of the country is wrong.
Federal lands are back in the news as a new regime in Washington pursues their agenda on public spaces.
The move towards violent street fighting is a dangerous trend which should not be accommodated by polite political society.
It’s past time for conservatives to ensure that no American has to worry about health care coverage because in the end we are our brother’s (and sister’s) keeper.
A look at the trials and tribulations of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Kmart deserves either a good death or second chance at retail life. But looks more and more that it will get neither and that’s a shame.