A much-discusses and doomed-to-fail vote to change the filibuster rule regarding voting rights legislation failed in the US Senate Wednesday night 52-48
Author: Andrew Donaldson
Powerful insight from Jeffrey Cohen, one of the hostages in the Texas synagogue attack who talks about what the terrorist said abouts Jews that are all too common tropes in wider society
The Fifth Circuit has left the six week abortion ban in Texas in effect in a ruling that also transfers the case to the Texas Supreme Court, the latest in a series of legal fights over the controversial law.
America is increasingly diverse. You are either good with America being a diverse, pluralistic society, or you are not. So, are you?
The Supreme Court Mandates Rulings have blocked the measures for private companies while upholding them for healthcare workers.
Sometimes we all need to just take the win when “someone I don’t like” makes an obviously true point. In this case, Trump is right
Travis McMichael took Arbery’s life with a shotgun, but the murder of Ahmaud started in the abandoned and malignant heart of Greg McMichael
For a while there the fastest thing on earth was the opposable thumbs of a Blackberry user jabbing the QWERTY like their life depended on it
An absolute cultural icon, and for all the right reason, Betty White was universally beloved in an age where very few folks in the public light are.
The latest En Route podcast from Dennis Sanders has Ordinary Times Managing Editor Andrew Donaldson on for a 2021 year in review.
Amazing how much of our news media environment, when you really get down to it, revolves around “a thing was said” reactionary jackassery
Some might scoff that anything magical can happen at a Waffle House, but like Christmas itself it is what you believe and put into it.
Our political nation rolls their weary eyes upon a news media that sold FDR but never came to terms with the reality of a 50-50 Senate.
“But the experience of going to the movies with your date and…” no, nah, nope. Sell your cinematic medicine show mythology elsewhere
The latest En Route podcast from Dennis Sanders features guest Michael Siegel discussing the omicron variant of COVID-19.
OT Podcast: Dennis Sanders On How Identity Is Affecting Culture & Politics, And Vice Versa on Heard Tell
On this episode of Heard Tell guest Dennis Sanders joins to talk identity and how it affects our culture and politics…and vice versa.
A man permanently disabled and left for dead early in life with every right to not accomplish anything, Bob Dole met his end after a near century run