A new Economist piece sheds light on whether or not Romney’s 2012 rhetoric was as plastic as it seemed.
Daily Archive: July 29, 2013
Are hospitals really prone to acquiesce to racist patient demands?
David Atkins confronts the aimlessness of Obama’s presidency and finds no one to blame but the President himself
(Kazzy here, trying my hand at Trivia, which Burt and Will were so graceful to let me do. Apologies in advance if I somehow goof this, but I’m pretty sure I got it right.)...
The most obvious and lasting results of the sequester are being felt by those who need the government most, and influence it the least.
Reza Aslan, author of Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus Christ, pushes back against FNC’s Lauren Green’s assertions that it was somehow inappropriate for a Muslim to write a book about the founder...
The first in a series of posts by OTers who are also hip hop fans.
Jason Brennan, over at Bleeding Heart Libertarians argues that employers do not owe their employees a living wage. This is in the context of whether the government subsidises Wal-Mart by providing the welfare state...
He sends his best.