While the significance of Brown v. Board of Education cannot be overstated, a lesser-known predecessor from thirty years prior deserves some attention
Human nature is human nature, regardless of divine ambitions.
People would be better off realizing how often a Supreme Court decision rests on a legal technicality or procedural element, as opposed to the merits of a particular position.
If Hydroxychloroquine fails-and it’s not looking good-my only response will be massive disappointment. Not entirely unexpected, but also a tragedy.
Joe Biden, Charlamagne tha God, The Breakfast Club, Kayleigh McEnany, Jonah Goldberg, Donald Trump, Ann Coulter, and Bernie Sanders supporters in this edition of Harsh Your Mellow Monday
Maybe we could call them “Ms.Topias,” these novels about suffering women under totalizing systems of patriarchal control. They seem to be having a moment.
Most people don’t associate Mike Pence with a swathe of retail destruction the likes of which would impress Genghis Khan himself, but it happened once.
Just thinking of how a box of organic fruit and vegetables being delivered to your house from some random warehouse gave me the howling fantods.
People are going to die, and there is going to be economic pain. The final numbers of both are what has been, and still is being, negotiated.
It is Monday, folks, and while we hope you and yours are safe and well, there is plenty going on in the world of politics and culture that we need to get into.
In times of stress, it’s good to return to nourishing comfort food, which for me means Jim Harrison’s prose.