So I’m fine with Van Jones at CPAC, and whoever from the right Netroots wants to invite in next year. Frankly, our politics could use more iconoclast, not less.
Monthly Archive: February 2019
Dudes might come on to women they are attracted to and social science is On It.
How we approach the concept of identity has been in flux for nearly as long as superheroes have been popular.
So today is February 28. Since it’s 2019, there will be no leap year.
Help! I’m dyin’ here!
Saturday Night Massacre, Canuck style?
Picking between networks and queues.
Michael Cohen, President Trump’s long time lawyer, confidant, and “fixer” will be testifying publicly before the House Oversight Committee Wednesday, the second and only public of three days of such testimony before congress.
This week’s legal and law related links includes the return of the Notorious RBG, citizenship, butterflies vs. the border wall, nipple freedom, rude lawyers, ruder clients, and more.
Do universities undervalue community college transfers?
A new lawsuit filed by the father of Hoda Muthana throws shade over assumptions about her citizenship- and the narrative that the decision forbidding her return is a Trumpian overreach.
What becomes of the newspaper man? The journalists of tomorrow will be bitter, poor, or trust fund babies, and if you think they hate capitalism today, just wait.
This is why I love science. As much as I love the new tech, and interesting designs, and fun bits of analysis, in the end, it’s the potential of that bleeding edge to upend everything we think we know.
Reports of IAF strikes on targets in Pakistan
Would the accessibility of a robot cat outweigh the fact that it wasn’t real?
Joe Gamaldi knew exactly who to blame for a shooting in which five Houston police officers ended up getting injured: police reform advocates. As it turns out, his accusations were just a bit off the mark.