Human nature is human nature, regardless of divine ambitions.
Author: Andrew Donaldson
Joe Biden, Charlamagne tha God, The Breakfast Club, Kayleigh McEnany, Jonah Goldberg, Donald Trump, Ann Coulter, and Bernie Sanders supporters in this edition of Harsh Your Mellow Monday
Linky Friday, Ordinary Times’ end of the week tradition brings you items to read, share, and discuss from around the web, from culture, to politics, to that Joe Biden interview everyone will be talking about.
People are going to die, and there is going to be economic pain. The final numbers of both are what has been, and still is being, negotiated.
It is Monday, folks, and while we hope you and yours are safe and well, there is plenty going on in the world of politics and culture that we need to get into.
Desperate times call for desperate measures. Fortunately, Ordinary Times’ Friday tradition of links to read, share, and discuss is here for you.
Chick-fil-A has a revolutionary idea in how to learn what a customer wants in their order: they ask. Nicely.
Ahmaud Arbery was alive in the morning, and dead in the evening, because of a chain of decisions the McMichaels purposefully made.
There are folks paid to write, and readers paying to read, much less than what Ordinary Times has produced daily for over a decade now.
College graduates that did it live online, VP pick silly season, and Very Online v the normies in this latest edition of Harsh Your Mellow Monday
Bad analogies, re-opening America, grocery stores are not one size fits all, and Flo from Progressive in this week’s Harsh Your Mellow Monday
It seems timely, as so many folks are finding their lives upended, that dealing with crisis with questionable leadership is a vital lesson to consider.
The US Senate finally gaveled out of session in the early morning hours of Wednesday, announcing what Senator Minority Leader Chuck Shumer called “largest rescue package in American history” was finally ready.
The move for a “Phase 3” coronavirus stimulus package is not going well. Or anywhere fast.