Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving half of the brothers who were behind the Boston Marathon bombing, is off death row — for now.
Monthly Archive: July 2020
I got the call on Tuesday. “Jaybird, you were in a room yesterday that had someone in it last week that has, this week, tested positive for Coronavirus”.
Linky Friday, Ordinary Times’ end-of-the-week tradition of bringing you items from around the web to read, share, and discuss
“The documents include a deposition given by Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre, the draft of a memoir she was writing about her experiences inside the sex-trafficking ring, and email exchanges between Maxwell and Epstein.”
Scarcity ties into a couple topics that few really understand. The biggest of these is the Accounting 101 concept of assets, liabilities, and equities.
There are 200 teams around the world contributing to the one of the biggest and most dramatic scientific efforts in human history: a COVID-19 vaccine
There is no moral equivalency between the United States government and China’s government. But how do we package those differences in a convincing manner?
Our Case of the Week made headlines, carrying on recent SCOTUS story lines like Gorsuch’s veneration and “John Roberts has abandoned his oath!”
The rules were developed because they work, not because I think they ought to work or because I read somewhere that they should work.
Note: This doesn’t become OFFICIAL until it’s officially voted on at the official 2020 convention. From the draft of the 2020 DNC Platform (warning: PDF): Substance use disorders are diseases, not crimes. Democrats believe...
Credentialism is a game whose rules are arbitrary and subject to change at any time…And it just gets worse every generation.