My latest Townhall column is called, The Liberal Vision For The Poor Vs. The Conservative Vision For The Poor. Here’s an excerpt from the column. When liberals look at the
The Basel III countercyclical capital buffer framework obliges nations to set appropriate capital buffer rates for their bank’s credit exposure at home and in third countries. This column proposes criteria for selecting these third countries. Show More Summary
Chris Christie who? Rachel Swarns, who for years fawned over Barack and Michelle Obama for the New York Times, wrote an "open letter" column to actor Adam Baldwin in defense of a left-wing group which tied up traffic in mid-town Manhattan in the name of a $15-an-hour "living wage."
The late David Carr, of 'The New York Times,' was a finalist for his columns on the media whose subjects range from threats to cable television's profit-making power to ISIS's use of modern media to menace its enemies. read more
Jack Goldsmith has replied to my earlier post, which addressed his critique of my Corker bill column. His latest post at the Lawfare blog is here. Our disagreement is more narrow than it appeared to be. I do not have time to address it further for now, but I appreciate the discussion and his thoughtfulness.
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 email@example.com.) Emily Yoffe: Good afternoon, everyone. Show More Summary
Sunday, April 19, was the 20th anniversary of the horrific bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building that claimed the lives of 186 people, including 99 government workers. In a column on The Huffington Post, AFGE President J. David Cox Sr. writes:
The week's most important NFL column is back, folks 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...Show More Summary
I know we’re all supposed to be spitting blood over Katie Hopkins’ Sun column about African migrants. In fact, anyone who isn’t currently testing the durability of their computer keyboard by… Continue reading The post She’s wrong, but Katie Hopkins has a right to call migrants ‘cockroaches’ appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
In the spirit of the “defining superheroes” column (which in case you haven’t guessed is about my favorite column ever for the wonderful dialogue it created and the surprisingly low number of jerks that showed up to that dialogue) I wanted to pick your brains about Print and Digital comics. Before I open this up […]
Stories about fart pranks, thoughts on Tim Tebow and Peter acting unsettled by the Britt McHenry video. All in all, a very fart-heavy column.
She started out with a dragon tattoo. Then she played with fire and kicked the hornet's nest. Now she does just about everything... Column by Christopher Shultz With the English translation of Stieg Larsson's first Millennium trilogy...Show More Summary
Greece is on the brink, but saving it is still possible. Paul Krugman recounts some of his heartbreaking travels around Greece in Monday's column. Years of severe austerity have wrought untold human suffering there. He visited a homeless shelter and heard stories about how the health care system in the country has collapsed. Show More Summary
“Four steel columns were required at Scarthin Books, in Cromford, Derbyshire, to support the weight of about 100,000 books. Thousands of pounds were raised within days of the appeal starting and it is now close to hitting a £10,000 target.”
This week’s Courier Herald column: Annie Bell Price died Saturday evening a few days after her 72nd birthday. To most in Atlanta who knew her she was simply “Miss Ann” – the Miss Ann who for the last 43 years operated the Atlanta institution known as “Ann’s Snack Bar”. Miss Ann would probably have been […] The post Farewell To Miss Ann appeared first on Peach Pundit.
With reviews coming in and blurbs set, it's time to talk a little bit about being judged by peers and readers. Column by Rob Hart Polis Books will release my debut novel, New Yorked, in June, with the follow-up, City of Rose, slated to follow in 2016. Show More Summary
On 19 Apr 1775, two companies of militiamen marched from Andover. Anticipating that the British column was headed to Concord, where the Massachusetts Provincial Congress had collected supplies, they marched toward that town, but kept adjusting their course as they received more news. Show More Summary
Marshall Park is a real estate broker at Redfin who writes an occasional column on the local real estate market.When you buy or sell a home, you’re likely to get lots of unsolicited advice from well-meaning friends and family. And a portion of the advice may be helpful while some of it, well, may not be so helpful.Read full article >>
One of the new writers at the rebooted New Republic, Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig, wrote a column titled Pope Francis’s Populist War on the Devil. It begins this way: Pope Francis isn’t engaged only in earthly battles. He’s also waging a cosmic war against the power of evil, a crusade that has garnered considerably less press [Read More...]
Nobody knows anything anymore, but Monday's NFL buffet features more than a Tim Tebow carving station. HE IS RISEN: By now you've probably heard that the Eagles signed Tim Tebow. It's great news for sportswriter column recycling. Check out these stats for the three quarterbacks Chip Kelly has now... Show More Summary