The Department of Justice filed a response to former President Trump’s request for a special master to oversea the documents and property seized during the execution of the Mar-a-Lago search warrant
Monthly Archive: August 2022
There are a handful of verses in the Koran and also a book by Salman Rushdie called “The Satanic Verses”. I want to talk about both.
A farewell to a Jerusalem institution – the Ben Yehudah pedestrian mall – that showed me what true resilience looks like.
When a feller needs a friend
Since 1980, college tuition and fees are up 1,200%. It is insane. And Congress won’t do a damned thing about it.
How to start the day off wrong.
How they can see the spiritual harm of economic socialism but remain blithely in denial about the spiritual harm of a centrally planned culture.
Chronic illness required passionate commitment. The problem being that we don’t give a damn about people who suffer from chronic illness.
When the day was going so well…
Finally, I write about a streaming series – I watched the streaming series “Severance,” a surreal depiction of four very likeable human rats in a very unstimulating corporate cage pushing buttons
What do you say to yourself when you lose a golf ball?
Sunless sea is an oddly compelling exceptionally slow game that I have no idea why it works half as well as it does
The last of the Danny Dreamer series.
The redacted Mar-a-Lago affidavit that precipitated the search warrant execution at former President Donald Trump’s Florida Property has been release.
Simply being famous will get Andrew Yang on CNN, but it will not sustain a new political party in the 21st century
If you don’t use your vacation days, you’re going to use your sick days.
The days of real sport
The TL;DR version here is that Lerner still cannot adequately explain the primary evidence in favor of the Big Bang, is misquoting both the JWST results and the scientists involved and has yet to present an alternative cosmology that works