Author: Christopher Carr
Capitalism is the perfect companion to social democracy because you can vote with your wallet. Here is how my wallet voted this past year…
All 20 Black Mirror Episodes, Ranked.
Dear Presidential Committee:
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Is it racist to call the Saudis barbaric for planning to cane an elderly British man for having bottles of homemade wine in his car? Can I say that, objectively speaking, my values are better than the values of these people? Does this have anything to do with Islam?
Suicides in Japan spike on the first day of school.
I’m looking for a good book about the Nuremberg Trials…
Ignorant protesters successfully censor an art exhibition in Boston.
Film composer James Horner died earlier today in a plane crash in California’a Los Padres National Forest. May he rest in peace.
In college, I took a few computer science courses. The comp sci department at my university preferred Solaris. I thought it was okay but somewhat nonintuitive, and with the same problems I had with...
We detached the sternocleidomastoid and infrahyoid muscles from their sternal and clavicular insertions. Then, I took a manual bonesaw and cut through the clavicles at their midlengths…
Christopher Carr questions the need for the new GED to test for arcane rules of grammar.
Christopher reviews Capitalism’s winners and losers from this past Holiday season.
It was a dark and stormy night. My Pandora station based on Europe’s The Final Countdown could have gone in any direction…
in which I attempt clumsily to reconcile liberalism with libertarianism and move on
This is how New Englanders traditionally make cranberry sauce.
Christopher Carr asks: where do you stop?
The New York Times has a new report: the Affordable Care Act seems to be making steady progress against the problem of uninsured Americans. This is despite Republican obstructionism of Medicaid expansion.
by Christopher Carr