A recent advice column featured a letter from a reader feeling isolated in her female friendship group. Despite the trend for soft-focus sisterhood, her story is sadly familiar.
This is Peter Hitchens’ Mail on Sunday column Why have so many perfectly sensible people suddenly turned into Bolshevik levellers and wild feminist fanatics? The BBC’s revelations about what it pays its most prominent staff have prompted a seething mass...
The Hollywood Reporter unveils that PBS and its public-broadcasting brethren have written the Federal Communications Commission with a list of complaints. The headline: “PBS Wants the Government to Reexamine Hard Stance on Indecency.” That’s...Show More Summary
Those people you hate, you’d like in real life. David Brooks is a right-leaning columnist for the “New York Times.” But recently his columns have focused on social more than political science. He digs down deep into the archives of history to make points about today. That’s a result of his education at the University […]
Donald Trump has been "president" for six months now. It is not normal for one of the nation's top papers to celebrate the six month anniversary of a new administration with a column reminding readers that the new leader is a lying sack...Show More Summary
My latest Townhall column is called, A Column Most People Will Hate: We Are The REAL REASON Politics is Screwed Up in America. Here’s an excerpt from the column. × 101
This column presents the first systematic estimates of the level and structure of China’s national wealth since the beginning of the market reform process
In The Wall Street Journal this week, my monthly "Anatomy of a Song" column looked at Alice Cooper's Eighteen, a potent hard-rock single in 1970 about teenage uncertainty and self-doubt (go here). The song became the band's first hit just...
In his inaugural column for the New York Times, Bret Stephens- formerly with the Wall Street Journal- wrote a thoughtful
Economists can help better understand and address some of today’s toughest humanitarian challenges. This column argues that the economics of war and disaster – which includes foreign aid – is largely untapped as a field of study and practice. Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) Jonah Goldberg notes in a recent column that climate change alarmism seems to have turned itself up past 11, probably because (my theory) Trump has driven them out of what little of their minds was left: One of the hallmarks...Show More Summary
This time it pays to go low in Potrero Hill Friday is time for the High & the Low, a Curbed column chronicling the most and least expensive homes sold in San Francisco in the last seven days. Here’s this week’s pageant of extremes. Back...Show More Summary
This will be my last column as PLA President, and I want to take the time to thank four special groups that have made my tenure so memorable. First, I want to thank my staff and board at the Cleveland Public Library for their support of my leadership journey. Show More Summary
By David Kozlowski | 21 July 2017 Welcome to Issue #5 of The LRM WEEKEND, a weekly column highlighting cool and unique videos about film, TV, comics, Star Wars, Marvel, DC, animation, and anime. We also want to hear from you, our awesome...Show More Summary
Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the [...]
The U.S. provides the world’s most expensive health care. And what do we get for all this money? Health outcomes that place America and its residents solidly in the ranks of developing nations, writes Phil Moeller. Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty...Show More Summary
In the last three years, I've seen so many indie presses come and go that I've lost count. I asked some experts to help me figure out why. Column by Gabino Iglesias I've been aware of indie presses shutting down for a long time, but really started paying attention to it in the last three years. Show More Summary
Churning columns of smoke from a massive Central Valley fire are creating a haunting landscape from Yosemite National Park to Lake Tahoe.
When it comes to selling books, it's good to be a whore. Just don't be a CHEAP whore. Column by Peter Derk It’s been a little while since I tried the persuasive essay, the sort of thing we did in school, but I’m giving it a shot here. My...Show More Summary
That is the topic of my latest Bloomberg column, here is one excerpt: As outlined by the blog Random Critical Analysis, U.S. health-care expenditures go well beyond what the U.S.’s relatively high per capita GDP might lead us to expect. Show More Summary