Good advice for writers and non-writers alike.
Author: Tod Kelly
How The Man from U.N.C.L.E. succeeds in a way almost no other movie made from a classic TV show ever does.
Can someone from the great state of Maine please explain their governor to me?
What happens when a major political party’s ideology and electoral aspirations take a back seat to making a quick buck?
The Republican Party is broken. Arguments to the contrary are some combinations of smoke, mirrors, and wishful thinking.
Dark musings on aging and atrophy.
Everything’s bigger in Texas!
To be fair, Slippery Slope arguments can at times be highly predictive. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t still a blight on clear thinking and honest discourse.
In which the aftermath of the Paris attacks illustrate how incapable we can be of recognizing who our enemies truly are.
Feel free to treat this post as a statement of solidarity, a vigil, or whatever else you feel you need right now.
Seriously. Knock it off.
Be careful what you wish for; the GOP as a brand and little else; and why we should pass a law requiring John Kasich to be in all future debates.
Are the sum of our options truly limited to “happily profit off of others’ indentured servitude,” “forced imperialism,” and “leave them all to rot in poverty?”
Of course not.
In which I follow the money in search of an answer to this question:
Who was really responsible for a modern slave state on American soil?
In which Mike Huckabee’s comments on the evils and benefits of slavery force me to consider how very far we haven’t come.
Journalists: Bad. Jeb!: Toast! Trump: Salesman. “Errol Flynn”: Not Errol Flynn.