In the first place, let me treat of the nature of man and what has happened to it.
Captain America did this kind of thing all the time.
Man walks into a deli and asks “Have you get frog’s legs ?”
Which is why no one likes them.
Way beyond the horizon.
“We have discovered happiness” — say the Last Men, and they blink.
A familiar poem for All Saints’ Day: The Deacon’s Masterpiece by Oliver Wendell Holmes
The Chicago Cubs and their interesting fans.
A status check on technological disruption in the legal profession.
Smaller government can’t be the sine qua non of the politics of freedom in a Wagner’s Law world.
Does telling someone that his running mate is a complete dirtbag require a trigger warning?
Taxes? We don’t need no stinkin’ taxes!
I’m surrounded by monsters.
We thought we found it. But that turned out to be wrong.
This is all just a big performance piece related to a Borat sequel, right?
An assessment of executive managerial skills put on display for the nation to see.
You have got to be fishing kidding me.
An interesting News Story about a major weed bust where all of the law enforcement involved goes out of their way to say “it wasn’t me!”
So… who’s running the show right now?
Why is Brexit a victory for American conservatives? Where exactly is their dog in this fight? What thing have they won that I am just not seeing?
Brexit results, in realtime.
Either way you are wrong, an awful parent, ruining your child, and perfectly representative of everything wrong with America today. But, still, let’s discuss!
Remember the embarrassing Chinese laundry detergent commercial? Here is an uncontroversial one.
One of the world’s leading experts on the brain speaks and connects his knowledge to an argument for atheism.
The best that can be said about this is that it’s not as bad as “Dangerous Donald.”
I asked my GOP Twitter followers to pick their least favorite of four Democrats. These are the results:
Was the Constitution violated? You make the call!
Jack Balkin demonstrates that Randy Barnett’s originalism is more “liberal” than “republican.”
What won’t you give up — not just for Lent, but not for anything?
The notion that the Ancient Hebrews had a “republic” is more a creation of “Whig” and “Enlightenment” thought than something supported by the biblical record as it was traditionally understood until figures in those later historical periods began re-imagining the theology.
On things college coaches should not do.
I’ve hit the big time.
Poems. (Not mine.)