This week: Crime, Law, Science, Technology, and Education!
When the cat’s away, the mice will play.
Let’s revisit conscience exemptions for union shops, especially for public-sector unions.
When do you shower?
What does it take to be remembered?
Instead of seeking to understand the long simmering race relations in Detroit , white Detroiters decided to make African Americans in the Motor City pay
Cultural codes, redistricting, and mad Mad Juggalos!
Peer with Burt Likko into his Constitutional crystal ball, and you shall see a vision of a veritable hurricane of voter registration litigation, of a sort yet unseen in American legal history.
Elites in France, acid attacks in London, and political incorrectness in China.
Forest Born of the Books of Bayern series by Shannon Hale
Everything you think you know is backwards.
Energy & the environment…
The Well of Memory.
The first entry in a (hopefully) weekly series on how we simulate physics, from the basics on.
It’s summer. Pour yourself a drink and enjoy a pop country playlist.
Genius Greedy Mouse
War for the Planet of the Apes” is the rare third entry that actually tops its predecessors.
This week: Religion, Food, Sports, Education, Health, and Economics!
On Bargain Shark Cages
A look at the relative culpability of overly optimistic borrowers for automobile loans.
From east to west and west to east…
It’sa Luigi! (And, remember the NeoGeo?)
George Romero has died. His contributions, like his beloved monsters, have not.
First day of the official Tech Tuesday!
Spending time with old Friends.
I discuss the difficulties of constitutional interpretation of the 14th Amendment as it relates to the fundamental rights to be free from both racial and religious discrimination.
The litmus test to sell a baby carrier
“But there’s something beside the shoreline
Moving across the beachhead
Coming up from the shipwreck
Making as if to say…”
Minding the media.
X-Com 2 is one of the *GOOD* sequels
Naked people in pornography and naked people in media are two very different types of naked people, implies Ross Douthat routinely.
In which I am the last person on Earth to discover that cable television is doomed.
Ethnonationism fits into a religion-sized hole.
Space Corps is coming. And when it does, it may never leave the ground.