Sometimes the truth is all downside.
Monthly Archive: July 2018
Justice Menis Ketchum will plead guilty to federal criminal charges arising out of the investigation into improper spending by the state’s high court.
Why did fascism fail in 1930s Britain? And what lessons can we learn to make sure that it fails in the 21st century?
Move is done, we are settled, so I am back at it!
Laws without any means of enforcement aren’t laws, and the laws cited with regard to Israel and Gaza manage to be even more worthless than that.
I’d be more optimistic about gentrification in my city if the boosters could fill in the details of their bright new future.
Even enlightened employers are supposed to pay you.
Comics as a medium for meditation on various virtues and vices
On Walter Simonson’s The Judas Coin
Ordinary Sunday Brunch is Ordinary Times cultural quick links for you enjoyment. This week; music, art, history, and architecture.
Competitive StarCraft is going through a surprising disruption
With the approval and the encouragement of Florida’s government, Michael Drejka shot and killed Michael McGlockton.
That’s not what happened.
Gods, prophets, and founders of nations of man.
Linky Friday is Ordinary Time’s Friday tradition of compiling links from around the world and across the web straight to you. This week in Linky Friday: Worldwide, Media, People, Nations, and Culture, soundtracked with an around the world theme. Read and share.
We were lucky enough to be invited to a funeral for the parent of a friend.
23andMe is sharing customer data with drug makers. They are allowed to do so under their user agreement. But like the Facebook outrage over personal data, how many didnt read the fine print and now will regret their decision?
The straw ban isn’t the problem; the idea that the straw ban is some kind of bridge to solving bigger problems is. Because straw bans are easy; effecting real change is hard.
Meanwhile, here on Earth….
Ordinary Times regular contributors Mark Krieger (@musepolisci) and Andrew Donaldson (@four4thefire) break down the news that Walmart is looking to launch their own streaming service, and fall on opposite sides when it comes to projecting the retail giants success.
Immigration & Nationhood