Over on CNN, Jake Tapper had on Bari Wiess and Jane Coaston to discuss anti-Semitism and the reaction to the latest attacks on Jews. What say you?
Monthly Archive: December 2019
Happy New Year’s Eve!
I began to wonder, could that ancient diagnosis of hysteria really just be anemia mixed with a distrust of women’s sexuality?
This was a strong year for Ordinary Times, with contributions from many different authors. It included strong debuts from new voices and dynamite content from our regular contributors
Hard luck hard luck.
The Cult of Smart is available at Amazon. He has an excerpt posted at his site.
But regardless of which political tribe we pin this on, it’s a scary moment. Anti-semitism is never dead and never very far from us. The events of recent weeks are a stark reminder of that.
The New York Times Columnist Bret Stephens ignited the interwebs with his latest op-ed on Ashkenazi Jews which, among other things, cites some highly questionable sourcing.
Christmas is a time for weird encounters and uncanny happenings.
Days of Real Sport
The FDA has announced the raised age limit to purchase tobacco products, signed into law by the President along with the latest spending package, is now in effect.
I’ve no doubt that my look back at 2020 will have a similar opening statement to the one above: “I played a lot of games from previous years…
A gay life indeed.
A popular computer game asks a troubling question: Is space our salvation – or a cruel mirage?
Another grand and glorious feeling.
What do you do when you have a week off that you weren’t counting on?
An endless supply of franchises, big box office numbers, a stellar and different kind of Oscar buzz lineup, and a breakthrough for a gamechanger in how we view film
The dimming is interesting. But it doesn’t change the overall math at all. Betelgeuse could explode tomorrow. Or it could explode a thousand centuries from now.
If the internet can chant “Kamala is a cop” at now-withdrawn candidate Senator Kamala Harris, surely we can get a “Bloomberg is The Man” one going.