The intersection of economics, politics, and Star Wars.
The impeachment of Donald Trump is the fondest wish of many Democrats. Be careful what you wish for!
Immigration politics, race politics, and an Australian Prime Minister who went mysteriously missing.
Kennedy, King, and Roy Cohn…
Despite the damage it has inflicted, coal is still king in West Virginia. Will the man held responsible for the deaths of 29 miners win the state’s Republican senate nomination?
True, Hillary Clinton received roughly 2.9 million more votes that Trump. But she didn’t get the most votes either.
Nobody did. Nobody also won the electoral college in a landslide.
Too many elections.
Don’t call it a comeback, they have been at it for years. #Calexit has returned.
Conservatives especially would do well to remember that a core principle of their alleged beliefs is personal accountability. If conservatives or anyone else hope to attract people to hearing them out, a fully developed sense of handling unfairness in a constructive way is key.
This past week, at Ordinary Times:The Magic of Ben Shapiro; When Schools Get Political, What Should Teachers Do?; By a thousand cuts; Yes Hannity Cohen is in fact your lawyer and you should be glad; Letter to younger myself #1: The anti-gay rights amendment; National School Walkout Day, 19 years after Columbine
De-escalation is a welcomed thing, but suddenly getting all you desire from a long-term foe should be accepted cautiously.
The Dutch king is a poo-poo face.
Fixing immigration, the greatness of Libertarianism, European nationalism and globalism, and more.
The message boardification of contemporary politics.
Politics. Some here, some abroad, but none involving Donald Trump and the Florida shooting.
The players and who’s watching them.
Nationalism, populism, and Moby.
My New Years Resolution was “fewer Politics sections” and I’ve had two and two weeks. So that’s not going well.
Let’s ring in the New Year arguing about politics!
This week: Pets, Space, Sports, Food, and Politics!
Will is out son assignment, but Tod has a bunch of links to stuff! And things! And, um, some other stuff and things!
This week: Relationships, Politics, Media, Business, and Food!
The fault lies not in the stars, but in the politicians, our gods, and our media.
The power of shame. The power of debate.
Russian incursions, swag, and more.
Ignorance is not only ignorance, and we need to understand why others make the mistakes they do.
The natures of democracy and technocracy.
Trump isn’t always wrong.
Once upon a time we were walking in light,
but the darkness had just begun
And there’s nothing we can say
A total eclipse of the sun.
Cultural codes, redistricting, and mad Mad Juggalos!
Ethnonationism fits into a religion-sized hole.
This Week: Law, War, Religion, Media, and Politics!
Old trees hated Greg Abbott before Greg Abbott hated old trees.
Democrats have always been more powerful as a party when their coalition is broad and inclusive of a large slate of conservative leaning red and purple state Democrats. Building such a coalition is getting harder, but it is still the only way forward.
This week: Government, Family, Media, Transportation, and Politics