I’m finding that the reporting coming from Mattathias Schwartz, Alice Speri, Rania Khalek, Zaid Jilani and the rest of the team at The Intercept to be the best of this year’s conventions. The comedians like Samantha Bee and Larry Wilmore (above and below) are doing excellent jobs as well, but the serious journalism is happening […]
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So, here’s the nut. Feelings trump facts 99.999 percent of the time, just ask anyone who has ever uttered a prayer or ridden a little faster through Sleepy Hollow.
Scott Adams thinks so: Do you remember all of those policy details Clinton talked about this week? Me neither. She’s done with that uselessness now. She went full-Voldemort on Trump this week and unleashed a “dark” spell. It’s a good one. Let me tell you why “dark” is so good. 1. It’s unique. That’s a […]
I wonder if Mike realizes that when he went all in for John Anderson in 1980 that he was one of the butterflies that helped to produce Hurricane Donald?
*Harvard Lawless School…
I’ve referenced this show a number of times, but I keep forgetting to post the entire video, so here you go. While you should watch the entire video, the bit I keep referencing begins at timemark 5:10 with Jonathan Miller’s description of our American two-party system.
Derf’s interpretation of George Bellows’ Stag at Sharkey’s.
Must shop for hammock…
Why am I not surprised?
I can so see my students in the punchline of this morning’s Dilbert. Yes, school starts too early—no, really, the studies have been done—but the primary reason the students I know come in each morning dragging their butts is because they fell asleep sometime past midnight. The likely culprit is not Netflix in their cases, […]