Repairing the student loan crisis should be a bipartisan issue and I’d even go so far as to say there’s a strong conservative case in favor of.
Monthly Archive: April 2019
Scientists need our own version of Rule 34: if it exists, someone is studying it.
After a very long courtship, Joe Biden has decided to commit. For the third time, the former senator VP will run for president.
You shoulda been there.
And recites the story of Elizabeth.
Google Assistant Is A Liar. An investigation.
30 challenges, 30 weeks, 30 songs.
I don’t think the idea of using anti-trust law to keep companies from monopolizing online sales is completely stupid. Not totally. Not 100%. But that is the last tool I would reach for, not the first.
It’s time Wednesday Writs, your roundup of the best legal and law related links from around the web. This week: juvenile justice, illegal vegetable gardens, dumb criminals, Scooby Doo and more.
Honest Ma it ain’t hardly raining a bit now
Country songs that’ll make ya want to shout yee-haw! and throw off the yoke of patriarchal oppression.
Yes, I am feeling snarky today, why do you ask?
The people have already judged Roy Moore, and found him wanting, as they should have.
The whole point was to see myself through other eyes, note the differences in perception, and try to understand where they come from.
This is how a bad situation potentially gets completely out of control quickly, and authorities are right to jump all over it.
Okay. Welcome to the Ordinary Bookclub. We’re reading Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality. Our kickoff post is here, we review Chapters 1-5 here, we review chapters 6-15 here, and we review chapters...