A recent court case in Illinois may mean that not-for-profit hospitals will lose their tax exemptions.
M.G. Oprea doesn’t like the way you talk.
Not Rosa Parks.
Ken White fisks the President before Burt Likko could even get home from his day job to try.
A couple worthwhile pieces on Tamir Rice.
Seriously, what would the response be if the 100-150 heavily armed militia members who took control of a government building were Black? Or Muslim?
How would the government respond? Law enforcement? The media?
How authentic is it to the various religious systems the notion that all religions try to get at the same essential truth and in a sense do?
“Demagoguery flourishes when democracy falters.”
“Maybe the presidency itself should be regarded as one of those things that is good to have but not a must-have, especially if obtaining it requires uncomfortable change.”
Friends, cinephiles, Star Wars fans, lend me your eyes.
R.I.P. Mister Kilmister, 1945-2015.
Curse you, Google! Where the hell am I gonna find new Grime now?
“It’s still wise to bet on the current order… and against its enemies and rivals and would-be saboteurs, but, after liberalism’s year of living dangerously, for the first time in a long time it might make sense to hedge that bet.”
An example of how Christian Nationalist history revision harms.
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Manly men support Trump
May the Force not be against you.
Mind-Blowing Possible Easter Egg In The Force Awakens. Spoilers, obviously.
Dunkin’ Donuts: I don’t get it.
Prepare to be “amazed” and “captivated”.
This long “awesome” post on the 2106 race ventures far into theory and speculation in order to return back to where the intuitions of many political observers begin.
Traveling to a foreign country with a young child is more difficult than I imagined.
Here Be Spoilers.
A dispatch from Ordinary Times’ assigned Wu-Tang correspondent.
A 1941 article that is just as good today.
A prominent Presidential candidate notices something that we’ve been working at fixing for years.
The New York Daily News would really like you to read their paper.
Tinkering with some verse, leaving nothing to chance.
Black Friday sales are down 10% from last year.
“There is more than enough for ‘ordinary people’ (and we’re all ordinary people) to do…”
Trust me, you don’t need a conversation guide this Thanksgiving. Just more booze.
Circumstances alter cases.
And the final exam, too.
Post hoc, ergo propter hoc.
A glimpse into the mind that created Tinder
It’s almost like we just don’t want to hear them. Almost…