As he promised, Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell brought the Green New Deal up for a vote in the Senate. No one voted for it, with 57 against and 43 voting “present” out of protest.
Monthly Archive: March 2019
For me, the sign of a great movie is when I’m both enjoying the current scene and giddy with anticipation for the scene to come.
Those that have argued that online content providers should be regulated are about to get some real world data on what that might look like.
In short, this is on both Boeing and the FAA, and both should get taken out to the woodshed over it, both criminally and civilly
Another day utterly ruined.
Michael Avenatti is presumed innocent until proven guilty. Which we will grant him, because whatever our other faults, we should not stoop his level.
He gets torn out of a plane and plummets to his death. It’s great.
Stephen Moore is a political operative who happened to get some sort of economics degree from somewhere.
Airing grievances is for Festivus, dude.
AG Barr’s summary of the Mueller Report has been delivered to congress, and the letter stating “principle conclusions” has been released.
The movie is disturbing. You find yourself sympathetic to her and rooting for her; then you are horrified to realize where Lisa’s desperation has led her.
Our UK friends have seen some developments in the increasingly chaotic Brexit saga over the last few days. Let’s discuss them.
On the most recent tour of Haruki Murakami’s imagination and an exploration of artistic creation itself.
Don’t hurt your back.
Holy cow. The greatest game of all time is getting a sequel 16 years later.
Yes, it’s fanfic. No, you won’t mind.
A fun day at the pond!