I’ll see you in hell, Pachelbel.
Where the people are so deep you're drowning
Burdens of proof are always symmetrically distributed
Why the “not from my wallet” argument against subsidized birth control isn’t as non-sexist as you think.
I survived the Steam Summer Sale 2014. Barely.
Burt Likko’s summer cocktail offering. Got one of your own?
LSD steak in Florida. A four year old detective in Washington. Fifty links to fifty stories for fifty states.
Except we’re not almost there, we ARE there. Yay, long weekend! Do you have one too?
The Doc Of The Dead is a documentary about zombies and zombie culture. If you think that second thing sounds interesting, maybe this movie is for you. If the notion of zombie culture makes...
Just a few days out from their SCOTUS victory, movement conservatives have already found a way to turn their potential triumph into a political train wreck. Tod Kelly explains.
Would an English language fluency requirement for a job constitute discrimination? The EEOC has very recently sued Wisconsin Plastics, Inc. of violating Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination...
It’s been a tough year for coal, says guest writer Michael Cain. A look at the effects of politics and dual SCOTUS decisions on the nation’s oft-maligned source of energy.
Yesterday I decided to walk home from work because I had some errands to do along the way. On the walk, there was a very attractive young woman who ended up getting a lot...
They’re gonna crucify me.
Imagine a Conestoga Wagon cum RV, with a galley and sleeping quarters, carrying paying passengers and all the tools and supplies used to build and maintain her, going about 80 miles an hour across the prairie.
No spoilers here. But in the post, yeah. Spoilers.
Starbucks and Walgreens have each made a heavy pitch to be beloved by their local communities. So why are the results so very different? Tod Kelly suggests it all comes down to what you truly believe.
That cashier may not be as powerless as you think.
Happy Canada Day, Y’all!
The wireless behemoth serves as a great illustration of how the social benefits we attribute to our “free market system” evaporate once corporations reaches a certain size. by Tod Kelly
Let’s say somebody who owns stock in a closely held corporation converts. Now what?