In six rounds of carefully managed balloting, Republicans made their dividing line extremely clear. The 200-or-so members of the party … Continue reading “I Never Imagined Leopards Would Obstruct MY Face,” sobs leader of the Leopards Obstructing People’s Faces Party.
When Elon Musk bought Twitter, one of the first advertisers to walk away from the platform was his rival. Although … Continue reading Why do advertisers shy away from ‘unrestricted free speech’?
To start this off correctly: human beings respond poorly when you confront them and try to get them to change … Continue reading What to say to your friend who tells you they’re voting Republican this year
No, wait we just did this. I’m serious. I’ve been too busy to write anything since the last time we … Continue reading Who The ‘ell Are All These Prats, Then?: Looking at the Second 2022 Conservative leadership race
Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, the man who was drenched in sleazy scandals but somehow never drowned in them, is … Continue reading Who The ‘ell Are All These Prats, Then?: Looking at the 2022 Conservative leadership race
In his concurrence in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, Justice Clarence Thomas suggested that it was high time the … Continue reading Justice Thomas seems to think a lot of things can be overturned – except Loving v. Virginia
A draft opinion of the Supreme Court in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization was leaked late Monday and seems … Continue reading What is liberty?
The Walt Disney Company used to control Florida’s government. In 1965, Governor W. Haydon Burns hosted a press conference with … Continue reading The old rules don’t work anymore
Three of the largest economies in the Americas – the U.S., Canada, and Mexico – have a decades-old free trade … Continue reading It turns out Republicans are manufacturing some of the supply chain issues for political points