In the category of “People Taking Fitness Far Too Seriously”, this has to be one of the most unintentionally hilarious examples I’ve ever seen:
Monthly Archive: October 2014
“Police have guns because if you run away, they shoot you. And if you don’t run away, they put you in jail.” – A four-year-old in a snowstorm miranda lambert weight loss Obama’s Baby...
Its Linky Friday! This week: Crime, Money, Education, Environment, Government, Healthcare, and Technology!
Nob delves into some numbers over city size and population to see if liberal cities are just really bad at density, or if they’re constrained by something else.
Going through the grocery store this week, I saw my first “Holiday”-themed displays. Too soon, people.
Tis the season…?
“Is there any purity-based objection to something that that people actually wished to do that was a reasonable objection in hindsight?”
Saul Degraw wonders if speculation aversion among liberals has an unintended consequence of making blue cities more unaffordable.
How the Himmelreich-Truman household ended up with well over 100 bars of soap.
There were Giants in the earth in those days.
Vikram looks for evidence that black culture punishes academic success.
If your house isn’t on GoogleMaps, does it exist?
You Win Some. You Lose Some.
Nob’s brief take on Rand Paul’s foreign policy speech and his articulation of a “vision”.
Today, Cpl. Nathan Cirillo received a military procession and funeral in Hamilton, Ontario. Firsthand impressions from the crowd.
Personal freedoms matter, but so do the rules we agree to by association. The curious case of a college football player and a porn star.
by Mike Dwyer
Vikram believes the lowering of down payment requirements suggests the Administration lacks the will to be a consistent regulator.
The New York Times has a new report: the Affordable Care Act seems to be making steady progress against the problem of uninsured Americans. This is despite Republican obstructionism of Medicaid expansion.
by Christopher Carr
Saul DeGraw pushes back against Tod Kelly and Greg Orman.
The national conversation we’re having about ebola might help party leaders get the vote out. It might also increase the risk of an outbreak.
by Tod Kelly