Applications for the House of Lords are now Open to the Ordinary Times Public.
Monthly Archive: October 2014
Dennis Sanders notes that for a short time, there was an animated series based on comic book characters that was as intense and real as any live action drama. It was acclaimed by critics and fans alike. So of course, DC Comics had to kill it.
Leon Klinghoffer was murdered by the Palestinian Liberation Organization in 1985. He was an elderly retired Jewish man and confined to a wheelchair and on a cruise. The cruise was hijacked by the PLO...
Just for kicks. My wife stumbled across this last night–the challenge is to spell your name in bands (without cheating and looking them up). Here’s me: Jazz Butcher
Burt Likko thought he understood this six years ago: religion is religion, and business is business. But the Hobby Lobby case leaves the rules a whole lot blurrier.
Without food, a table is but a place of convenient storage, a suspended plane where we temporarily discard books, car keys and the daily mail. But set food on that same table, and it magically becomes a place where we raise families, solve the World’s Problems over wine, celebrate, mourn, break hearts and fall in love.
Adam Ozimek thinks that it would be a good idea for Republicans to bargain a higher minimum wage for cutting the corporate tax, on the basis that raising the minimum wage would be so problematic that it would get repealed. Will Truman disagrees.
Time to Cowboy Up
James Hanley considers Michael Humer’s suggestion that you’re all a bunch of brain-washed hostages.
In which I engage in a meandering exploration of what purpose an oath serves in the 21st Century.
A riot in Keene, NH is yet another example of the kinds of real race issues facing this country that the PC Police and the lamestream media don’t want you to talk about.
by Tod Kelly
I can say, without hyperbole, that The Equalizer is the greatest movie in human history.
Heroes VI gets some things right and some things wrong…
Vikram questions the now conventional wisdom of purchasing experiences rather than things.
We break down the last week’s happenings in Fantasy Football and have enough wiggle room to talk about Percy Harvin being traded to the Jets.
The Shocking Arts Shock Again
Boldly going where several songs have gone before.
Holy cow! Is it Friday already? Indeed it is!
Lotto musings conclude. (Unless it’s up to 250 next weekend in which case we stop with the little daydreams and get into the big ones.)