So is it really foodie sacrilege to compare the vaunted Beef Wellington to the humble corn dog? Not historically, at least.
Author: Andrew Donaldson
No law is really law in the Tarheel State until it’s been ruled on by at least three judges. Or so it seems. This time, it’s the state’s latest version of a voter ID law that has been blocked from implementation.
President Trump got busy with his pen today, commuting and pardoning several people including former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich and former NYC Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik.
The missing blue wave, impeachment martyrdom, the Fal-ings of self-awareness, and some places we got it right/wrong in Harsh Your Mellow Monday
President Donald Trump will give the State of the Union speech before the House that impeached him and the Senate that will vote to acquit him tomorrow.
Landslides that aren’t coming for Sanders or Trump, The Des Moines Register, backside of the Super Bowl, Rashida Tlaib, and the lessons of Falkirk.
Linky Friday tries to steer you straight to end a week full of beginnings, endings, and everything in the middle. Or is it starting the weekend? Either way.
Chief Justice William Rehnquist’s quip about “I did nothing, and I did it well,” about his time presiding over the Clinton Impeachment is going to have to be updated for Chief Justice John Roberts.
On the cusp of the 2020 primaries starting in Iowa on Monday, Throwback Thursday takes a look at some writing about primaries past from the pages of Ordinary Times
As a media strategy, Elizabeth Warren’s “Fighting Digital Misinformation” plan makes sense. As far as persuading voters, it’s highly questionable strategery.