The wireless behemoth serves as a great illustration of how the social benefits we attribute to our “free market system” evaporate once corporations reaches a certain size. by Tod Kelly
Monthly Archive: June 2014
Let’s say somebody who owns stock in a closely held corporation converts. Now what?
My wife’s identity did not change when we moved eastward.
Concluding the Supreme Court’s Term are Harris v. Quinn and the newly-renamed Burwell v. Hobby Lobby. Hint: both majority opinions are from Samuel Alito.
Does anyone know when, why, and how tattoos became a necessary cultural signifier among a certain set of 20 and 30 somethings? Sometimes people going into their 40s. This cohort can be roughly described...
So I’m watching House and I see someone with whom I went to high school.
A little night music.
On the count of three, everyone might become racist… 1 … 2 … 3!
The backstory of Dukes of Hazzard, another reluctant CBS hit from yesteryear.
In which Will Truman weakly defends the cretin who took inappropriate pictures of Thad Cochran’s wife and men who text pictures of their penises to women.
You dug Bastion, right? You’ll dig Transistor.
After debating the concept of ‘No Means No’ with Morat20, Mad Rocket Scientist’s sees his point of view shift.
It was a nice day on Mon Tiki. Wish you could have been with us!
Round and round.
Chris McDaniel is a sore loser. So is this guy, but I give him points for creativity.
A photo essay by our own zic.
A few lessons gained through marginal labor.
A crowd-sourcing bleg from Tod Kelly: Who are the people in the world of news & commentary that are actually great at what they do?
Can the police become a private corporation exempt from open records laws?
In yet another bid to maintain whatever relevance she has left, Ann Coulter takes on soccer fans in her latest column and proves that she knows about as little about the game as she does anything...