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Blogroll: The bad and the ugly

Editor’s note: As we continue to invite bloggers out there in the wild to compose our monthly Blogroll column, Mitchell Antalek penned the February 2015 column.  Read more...

Anti-Curator Hysterics And Falsehoods Won’t Fix MOMA

Greg Allen: “Christian Viveros-Fauné’s artnet News column earlier this week, which purported to pull back the curtain on Klaus Biesenbach’s reign of curatorial terror at MoMA, is not going to help; it is not only poisonous and pointlessly personal, it’s inaccurate.”

If Liberals Are The Good Guys, Why Do They Lie So Much?

My latest Townhall column is called, If Liberals Are The Good Guys, Why Do They Lie So Much?. Here’s an excerpt from the column. If you listen to liberals, you’d

Underneath the arches

The Elephant and Castle shopping centre is more of an oddity than an eyesore. It lies like a stricken container ship opposite the dignified columns of the Metropolitan Tabernacle and… Read more The post Underneath the arches appeared first on The Spectator.

Deadline Editor Apologizes for That Controversial Diversity Article

Last week, Deadline co-editor-in-chief Nellie Andreeva published a column that suggested the push to cast non-Caucasian actors has gone too far and become "too much of a good thing." Following an intense backlash from everyone ranging from the NAACP Hollywood Bureau to Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes,... Read More >

Is “ignorance of the law” a valid excuse now days?

If you’re talking “regulatory law” it may very well be … or so Insty argues in his USA Today column: Ignorance of the law, we are often told, is no excuse. “Every man is presumed to know the law,” says a long-established legal aphorism. And if you are charged with a crime, you would be […]

Bottled Up

Emily Yoffe, aka Dear Prudence, is online weekly to chat live with readers. An edited transcript of the chat is below. (Sign up here to get Dear Prudence delivered to your inbox each week. Read Prudie’s Slate columns here. Send questions to Prudence at Emily Yoffe: Good afternoon. Show More Summary

Finally - a Complete Guide to Wedding Dress Shapes

14 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : FabSugar

When searching for a wedding dress, the amount of choices can be somewhat overwhelming - especially so when you're first starting to shop. Are you a column gal, or does ball gown suit your style? A-line or modified A-line? And what the heck is the difference between trumpet and mermaid? Is there a difference? Not to worry. Show More Summary

Chicago Tribune columnist gets hate mail over wavy hair

15 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

Heidi Stevens has been receiving vile hate mail nonstop since June, when she changed the headshot that accompanies her parenting column, “The Balancing Act.”

MMBM: A failed drug test at the NFL Combine should get you arrested

The week's most important NFL column is back. We're required to remind you that these strong takes are SATIRE. Sorry, not sorry. All spelling errors are intentional, we think. -Ed. Wellcome to the Monday Morning BM,, just a word of warning...Show More Summary

Who’s Got Next? Elite Big Man Diamond Stone Selects Maryland

Who’s Got Next? is a weekly column by Sean Moran, the RTC recruiting guru. Once a week he will bring you an overview of what’s going on in the complex world of recruiting, from who is signing where among the seniors to discussing the...Show More Summary

Clean Reader is a free speech issue

17 hours agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

My latest Guardian column, Allow Clean Reader to swap 'bad' words in books – it's a matter of free speech expands on last week's editorial about the controversial ebook reader, which lets readers mangle the books they read by programatically swapping swear-words for milder alternatives. Read the rest

Nicholas Kristof is Wrong: Evangelical Christians Have Done Plenty to Earn the Mockery Aimed in Their Direction

In the New York Times yesterday, Nicholas Kristof lamented the open mockery often aimed at evangelical Christians by performing an incredible bait-and-switch. He spent the bulk of his column profiling one example of an evangelical, Dr. Show More Summary

Diane Abbott: shameful mug

This is an extract from Hugo Rifkind’s column in the next issue of The Spectator, out on Thursday: The Labour party has put its five core election pledges on mugs.… Continue reading The post Diane Abbott: shameful mug appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Pass/Fail Grades for All 32 Teams' Free-Agency Performances so Far

Since the NFL's free-agent period opened three weeks ago, we've seen a dramatic change in the NFL's landscape —with some teams performing better than others and putting themselves in a better position to win. In this column, we'll explore each team's performance in free agency and assign them a grade of either pass or fail. Show More Summary

Gallagher Brothers Scandal Sheet: March 2015 Edition

I have been putting this off for too long. I’ve spent long enough accumulating the best and latest NME articles about the Gallagher Brothers, and, since Noel’s new album Chasing Yesterday‘s just been released, most of this column will focus on him. Show More Summary

Why Tim Cook Says America Is Going Backwards

The Apple CEO expressed his thoughts in a column penned for The Washington Post.

Warships Shell Houthis Outside Yemeni City of Aden

Warships shelled a column of Houthi fighters and troops loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh as they tried to advance on the southern port city of Aden on Monday,

Religious Freedom Meets Holy Week

This week’s Courier Herald column: This coming Sunday I’ll return to the country church where I grew up for Easter sunrise services. It’s the place where I learned about the wisdom of King Solomon, the courage King David, and was shown the unconditional love as taught by Jesus Christ. Show More Summary

News: Cook: ‘Religious freedom’ laws allowing discrimination are dangerous

19 hours agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

In an op-ed column for the Washington Post, Apple CEO Tim Cook says pro-discrimination “religious freedom” laws popping up all over the country are dangerous. Cook sees a law passed last week in Indiana which allows individuals to use...Show More Summary

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