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Monthly Archive: March 2015
Hiram Johnson’s worst nightmare threatens to crawl out of a nasty little cave in Orange County, California.
Alex Knapp tweets about the historical intersection between religion and science as it relates to geocentrism.
How to get into an elite college while Asian
“The Last Man On Earth” is good and you should watch it.
Another local institution bites the dust because of increased rents. Is there a solution to this?
“I learned a new sound–a more horrible sound than description can picture…….”
Win one of four valuable prizes!
“Well-rounded” may not mean what you think it means.
Revisiting Maxinquaye, for real this time
(Or: Run-DMC is not involved).
No one wants to pay for upkeep, why is this?
Conservative analyst Daniel Scotto ponders the odds and wisdom of the GOP nominating the ex-governor of Florida.
Mike Konkzal and Harold Pollack argue that you can’t begin to look at reforming our mass incarceration mess without first fully expanding Medicaid to all states.
They are correct.
In Memoriam to Singapore’s first Prime Minister
The best real journalism being done on cable television right now is being done on a stand-up comic’s fake news show.
I saw The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and I’m reading a fiction book with real words and without pictures.
A look at the laws that govern sex offenders shows that sometimes it’s those pieces of legislature we can all agree on that need the most scrutiny.
(Please note this post has been updated.)