This week: Law, Outrage, Progress, Politics, Cities, and Society.
This week! Labor, Education, Resource, Politics, and the United States!
Three former Los Angeles teams are looking at moving back to Los Angeles, and they’re trying to make PAT’s more boring. I approve of neither of these developments.
This Week: Politics, Healthcare, Society, Puerto Rico, and China!
This week: Crime, Dummies Media, Politics, America, and Europe!
So the Republicans were all like “Let’s give Obama more Power!” and the Democrats were like “I don’t know… could give Vietnamese jobs and America first!” and the President was all like “Liberals suck!”
It’s not just that the Conservatives won the election. They appear to have won over the electorate. Did First Past The Post work with the multiparty electorate? These and other observations of the UK election.
Prudie might be a little too critical of a guy who made an ill-conceived comment.
This week: Culture, Evolution, Business, Crime, America, and the World!
I found some great children’s videos for Lain. Recommended for anyone with small kids, though only if you have a high tolerance for song-stickage in the brain.
Canada’s most conservative province just elected its most liberal major party into power.
Who should you be supporting in the upcoming UK elections? Take a quiz to find out. Also, lots of links providing background on the challenges that the United Kingdom is facing.
This week: Great Britain, America, Law, University, Health, Progress, and Culture!
We mostly kvetch about bad customer service, so here’s a story of good customer service.
A little while back on Hit Coffee I had a flashback post to old promos for fall seasons of ABC and Fox. Here’s one for just about every network:
Petty Missouri small town politics strikes again. This time in a suburb of St. Louis.
This Week! Culture, International Art, History, Law, and Robotics!
A new mayor, African-American and female, is elected in small-town Missouri. Everybody quits. This is unlikely to be a coincidence.
What do we call the likely next president of the United States?
Here’s a video on how the media stole the 2012 election from Ron Paul.
What will the Age of Cord Cutting and Cable Unbundling bring?
You can’t determine whether somebody is ready for college using the SAT. You can’t determine whether somebody is ready for college using GPA. You can’t determine whether somebody is ready for college using class ranking. You can’t…
This week! America, Politics, Crime, Culture, and Suburban Renewal! With videos!
Make it 50, Mr President. Go to South Dakota!
This week! Copyright, Employment, Body, Mind, Society, and World!
Alex Knapp tweets about the historical intersection between religion and science as it relates to geocentrism.
Who needs state-by-state exit polls? The Washington Post does. That’s who.
This week! Progress, Culture, Crime, Politics, and World!
Hey, can we hijack the world’s smallest democracy?
This Week! America, China, Privilege, Religion, Electronics, and Miller High Life!
Season three of House of Cards might have been better if the writers had just admitted that Frank Underwood should be a Republican. A look at fictional politics and the creative talent behind them.
The discussion of YikYak has turned to how easy or difficult it is to find people on Google, which depends in part on how common the name is. So let’s turn to the experts! How common is your name?
If you like Abbott & Costello and/or class rock and roll, you should click on this post for the Slappy Squirrel segment. alone. If you like Animaniacs, let’s argue about which features were best and worst, starting with my list of the best and worst features.
This week: Nature, Feminism, Entertainment, Heft, Multiculturalism, and Transportation!
So I went on another ride. This time, thankfully, without my daughter. With photos and diagrams, it will practically feel like you were right there with me.
This week: Resources, Culture, Internet, American Politics, Japan, and the World!