“Victory has a hundred fathers and defeat is an orphan.” So for Harsh Your Mellow Monday let us talk about some of those orphans of failure.
The dangers of mission creep in push for police reform, who watches the opinion section watchers of the New York Times, and stats that aren’t helpful.
The FCC announced Sinclair Broadcasting has agreed to pay the largest civil penalty ever leveled by the agency, stemming from misconduct by the local-TV giant in 2018’s failed attempt to acquire Tribune Media.
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
The diversion of seemingly every discussion, TV show, and internet forum toward Trump can now be measured. Call it the Trump Digression Index.
The biggest difference between the current coronavirus and comparisons to H1N1 in 2009 isn’t who is president, or the media. It’s us.
Do we care more about some celebrity’s death than the thousands of other deaths? No. Not really. It just serves as a reminder of how connected we really are.
With the nominees officially announced, I give my two cents with some personal takes, who i’d vote for, and what I think the likely winners will look like.
Four kids into my own parenting journey, I have learned a few things to do/not do, and seems like a good time to break out a few bits of hard earned wisdom.