The latest Heard Tell podcast has Dr. Keith Humphreys discussing the opioid crisis from Appalachia to Senate hearings, and what we can do about it.
Author: Andrew Donaldson
Nina Turner, Shontel Brown, and OH-11 mean everything to the national political narrative. Or nothing at all. Choose your own adventure.
New York AG James has released a report detailing the investigation into Andrew Cuomo and his alleged sexual harassment of multiple women.
The latest Heard Tell podcast has Elections Daily & OT Contributor Eric Cunningham talking elections, midterms, and Trump’s endorsement “strategy”.
The latest En Route Podcast from Dennis Sanders has Michael Siegel talking the space program, Arecibo telescope, and the Covid-19 pandemic.
The latest Covid-19 CDC guidance for the fully vaccinated has folks wondering if mask mandates and lockdown restrictions are coming again.
The looming Government Shutdown Theater and annual Failure Theater Kabuki is for after the joys and triumphs of Infrastructure Week!
Washington Post reporter Felicia Sonmez alleges her editors and supervisors used her own experience with sexual assault against her
The latest Heard Tell has James Czerniawski telling the story of facial recognition technology gone wrong at the hands of law enforcements
From eagerly wanting to make a rare theater trip to see Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain to actively making sure I never see it
The latest in the seemingly never-ending legal fight over the Obama-era DACA initiative, a Federal Judge has halted new applications to DACA.
OT Contributor Network: Heard Tell ft Nicholas Grossman on Cuba, Russian Disinformation, & American Foreign Policy
The latest Heard Tell Podcast features Nicholas Grossman talking Cuba, Russian disinformation, & American foreign policy.
Linky Friday is the Ordinary Times tradition of ending the week with stories and viewpoints from around the world and across the web
The Trump vendetta ride against anyone and everyone he perceives to have slighted him continues apace, now featuring Brett Kavanaugh
Social media like TikTok once again-like money, power, & alcohol-empowers folks to be their selves, and often far too much of themselves.