This is a guest post by Ellery Schempp. Ellery's protest against mandatory Bible readings at his public school played a pivotal role leading to the Supreme Court's 1963 decision to end the practice. Last week, Brandeis University offered an honorary doctorate to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and then quickly rescinded it when Muslim groups complained. Show More Summary
Post by Rebecca Stokes. If my sister's wedding has taught me anything it's that IF I ever get married (yes, 'if') I am going to do it at City Hall, invite no guests, and then go eat a sub afterwards to celebrate. Because big weddings? They are insane. Show More Summary
This year's War on Easter coverage on Fox News came to a head this morning when an atheist and a Christian went head-to-head debate over a secular group's right to post "anti-Easter" signs alongside Chicago's giant cross.
In an article last week, I gave you 6 tips on how to kickstart your guest blogging career. But getting your name out there and getting friendly with other bloggers isn’t the only thing you need to do — you also need to a great pitch....Show More Summary
Guest Post: Jason Baptiste is the CMO and co-founder of Onswipe. The 2014 Venturebeat Mobile Summit was awesome and a great meeting of the minds in mobile. I was fortunate enough to chair the ad formats session with Nafis from Twitter and …
Sigh. I have many things I want to blog about, but right now, most of my writing time is taken up with preparing for the LDStorymakers conference next week, where I’m teaching about Structural Self-editing on Friday and Gesture Crutches on Saturday (twice!). Show More Summary
Authored by Harold James, originally posted at European Voice, The revolution in Ukraine and Russia's illegal annexation of Crimea have generated a serious security crisis in Europe. But, with Western leaders testing a new kind of financial warfare, the situation could become even more dangerous. Show More Summary
It started in earnest last August. As author Pamela Redmond Satran delightfully recalls in an Indiewire guest post, that’s when she was bulletin-ed into a fever pitch of professional excitement: Google Alerts informed me that TV Land was “fast-tracking” the series Younger by Darren Star, based on the book by Pamela Redmond Satran. Show More Summary
Guest Post: In areas of the U.S. underserved by broadband networks, adults and youth without Internet access at home or at school are in danger of never catching up.
We published a guest post on Monday from ACLU staff attorney Chase Strangio about a crisis in Connecticut social services and imprisonment. Chase wrote about a trans girl failed by a series of institutions from childhood: Jessica [Note: name has been changed] is a 16 year-old transgender girl. She has been in and out of [...]
Guest Post: Data analytics will one day help to improve health care and crime detection, design better products, and improve traffic patterns and agricultural yields. It will also uncover a lot of skeletons.
Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. With more than 6,000 books available, New York City's Library Hotel is pure nerd porn, promising that guests "never go to bed alone". The post New York City’s Library Hotel Promises You’ll “Never Go to Bed Alone” appeared first on Vagabondish.
The Power of Video Throughout the Customer Journey written by Guest Post read more at Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape Marketing It is guest post day here at Duct Tape Marketing and today’s guest is from Brad Jefferson –Show More Summary
Guest Post: People tend to view Washington D.C. as obtuse and inefficient. That’s only partially correct. Our political system has faced unprecedented challenges over the last few years. As a result of our sluggish lawmakers, progress on the defining policy issues of …
[guest post by Dana] It was a chilling scene in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk as Jews leaving a synagogue claimed masked men on the sidewalks were handing out leaflets requiring Jews to register “or else have their citizenship revoked, face deportation and see their assets confiscated”. The denials came quickly, The leaflets were [...]
[guest post by Dana] I am a regular reader of the remarkable Dr. Phyllis Chesler, and after the Ayaan Hirsi Ali debacle occurred, hers was one of the first commentaries I read. She summed up her distress thusly, “This is a terrible moment for academic freedom and critical inquiry on the American campus”. As I [...]
[guest post by JD] Yesterday we learned of Paul Krugman, aka the demonic midget, getting $25,000 a month to not do much of anything except yammer on and on about income inequality. Today, we learn the MediaMutterz For America, home of such keen intellects like Oliver Willis, is resisting attempts by SEIU to unionize their [...]
Submitted by Brandon Smith of Alt-Market.com, "Freedom had been hunted round the globe; reason was considered as rebellion; and the slavery of fear had made men afraid to think. But such is the irresistible nature of truth, that allShow More Summary
A few days ago I posted my review of Mississippi River Tragedies: A Century of Unnatural Disaster, by Christine A. Klein, the Chesterfield Smith Professor of Law at the University of Florida and Sandra B. Zellmer, the Robert B. Daugherty Professor of Law at the University of Nebraska. Below is...
This is a guest contribution from Ali Luke of Zen Optimise. Have you ever glanced at a post the day after publishing it … only to notice a glaring error? In an ideal world, you’d have a professional editor helping with your posts, making careful adjustments and double-checking things with you until your post is [...]Show More Summary