Activists will continue to milk the issue, but this new paper suggests we should hold off flogging this fertility panic for the time being.
We’re not quite ready to watch these posts go.
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Political conversation has focused on promises made by those who want our vote in exchange for elements of our perceived survival.
Ketchup? Mr. Yann is the “no soup for you” guy of the hot dog world. “NO KETCHUP. NO RELISH. NO CHEESE. DON’T ASK.”
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That’s the sentence that sent me to a 12-hour Twitter time-out so I could cool my heels and think about all the harm I wished to inflict.
As long as Trump commands the base, Trumpism will become the face of a once respectable, sorely missed conservative party.
If President Trump goes unpunished, the message will not be “don’t do this”. No, the message will be, “Next time, send a bigger mob”.
The president is defiant, Congress is impeaching, and the final days of the Trump Presidency are set for a climactic ending. So now what?
President Trump merely told them that “if you don’t fight like Hell, you’re not going to have a country anymore.” This is Trump’s history.
“Fighting words” are distinct from “speech that incites violence,” though both are limited but recognized exceptions to First Amendment protection.