A selection of favorites from the editors of Ordinary Times
The lawsuit, and Elliott’s plan to “dox” and expose the women who anonymously added to the list, were met with the expected mixed reaction, from cheers of encouragement to Elliott for “fighting back”, to, of course, GoFundMes for both parties.
It can’t be just the exact same song!!!
Spooky Season is upon us, and what better place to start than with John Carpenter’s iconic “Halloween” and its all-time great music.
With more strikeouts than hits, what, if anything, has changed? And what to do about it?
Never Trump Republicans may go the way of Moderate Republicans with no desire to do anything more than complain.
Sandwiches are both yummy and apolitical.
To expand Columbus Day to encompass other adventurers of all American epochs would be most fitting, and allow today’s far more diverse American citizenry to embrace a common thread in our shared history. So why not rename it Explorers Day, simultaneously celebrating entrepreneurship and discovery, and encompassing all intrepid adventurers, of land, sea, air, and space.
It became readily apparent that the [Kavanaugh] fight was not about his judicial philosophy or whether the allegations of sexual misconduct were true. It rapidly became a war between our two political tribes in which the only thing that mattered was victory and in which each side was living in its own reality.
There’s More Than Just Control Of Congress To Keep An Eye On
As is the case with every Conor McGregor fight, regardless of whether you love or loathe him as a fighter and character, his fight Saturday is must-watch television for anyone even casually interested in combat sports.
If our climate change approach comes at the expense of economic growth, it is neither the wealthy nor the white that will bear the cost.
We don’t want to be here. Nobody wants to be here.
Why don’t more women come forward? Because we set up the system to make sure they wouldn’t.
Donald Trump figured out the cheat code to get the New York Times to believe anything.
A Supreme Court seat hangs in the balance.
Why State-Level Presidential Job Approval Matters In Midterm Elections
Nassar would eventually assault more than 400 more women.
The “My Favorite Murder” podcast, in which the two hosts take turns telling each other a story about a true-life murder each week, was #1 on iTunes within six months of the first episode. The show soon had a dedicated Facebook fan group and Twitter following (in which I am a late-but-enthusiastic-participant.)
No easy solutions.
In celebration of a cartooning pioneer.
In the aftermath of his attempt to rehabilitate Jian Ghomeshi, Ian Buruma is out as the editor of the New York Review Of Books. He will not be missed.
Accusations sometimes exist, persist, or are dismissed due to the ambiguity of what we don’t know. In the future, we’ll know more of it.
Treatises are written on why victims don’t always come forward. And that was before they had to worry that their personal information would be spread across social media by awful people in the name of political battle. The police didn’t care when I was actually raped in 2000; what are the chances they would have cared about an attempted rape in the 1980s?
Laws against price gouging don’t help the public during major disasters. In fact, they make the situation worse.