Who would dig up their dead best friends and beat young gay guys with the decaying corpse? You would, according to gay Atlanta blogger Mark King, whose latest column is causing a national stir.
We had a magical Obamacare limbo period of two months, Dana Milbank columnizes, in which the HealthCare.gov Web site was so faulty one could hardly say the exchanges had been implemented at all. But now, with the Web site working like we thought it would two months ago, it’s gone too far to repeal. Repeal […]
Though many Americans know him through his columns for The Atlantic and the New York Review of Books, Clive James inhabits a much larger, diverse role in British culture. This man of letters is a journalist, a cultural critic, a TV personality and an author of poems and novels. An Australian by birth, James has lived in England since 1961. Show More Summary
In this column, Mark Ginocchio (from Chasing Amazing) takes a look at the gimmick covers from the 1990s and gives his take on whether the comic in question was just a gimmick or whether the comic within the gimmick cover was good. Hence “Gimmick or Good?” Here is an archive of all the comics featured [...]
In his Times column today, Paul Krugman argues in favor of a higher minimum wage, suggesting that the adverse employment effects are trivial. Unfortunately, Paul presents a highly selective review of the literature. For example, this paper is relevant. Show More Summary
Mala’s Note: This post was originally shared on my personal blog, but since it pertains to the future of VivirLatino, I wanted to repost it here. I think it also belongs here because for a long time VivirLatino was seen as a valuable space by others. With Latin@ digital spaces being bought and shuttered by […]
Perennially depressed Ed Sikov recommends five unbearably sad novels with which to celebrate the holidays. Column by Ed Sikov Sick of the holidays yet? Drowned in enough comfort and joy to last longer than you care to live? Having daydreams...Show More Summary
A New York Times column reiterates the many problems with Rep. McCarthy's asbestos suit.
As it turns out, the policies Third Way trashes as "disastrous" are overwhelmingly popular with a broad spectrum of Americans. The post Wall Street Journal Column Says Elizabeth Warren’s Policies Are ‘Disastrous,’ Ignores Actual Data appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Let me start on a personal note. I have received intense criticism from some in the local southeast Florida community about my column written last week about a possible disaster scenario for local soccer if David Beckham mishandles his MLS … Continue reading ? Highs and Lows From This Past Weekend In World Soccer is a post from World Soccer Talk.
In a monthly column for PBS NewsHour, Dr. Howard Markel revisits moments that changed the course of modern health and medicine on their anniversaries, like the world's first human heart transplant on Dec. 3, 1967. Photo by Wendy Maeda/The Boston Globe Dec. Show More Summary
Another conservative has taken issue with critical comments made by Pope Francis on capitalism and "trickle-down" economics. Tea party activist Jonathon Moseley published a WorldNetDaily column Sunday that challenged the pope's interpretation...Show More Summary
I’m incorrigibly pro-drone, so I like the Bezos delivery idea and will soon start lobbying Jack Fowler to undertake drone delivery of NRDT. But in a comment on my column today, WalkingHorse notes one of the big technical challenges still to be overcome:Situational awareness and collision avoidance is the rub with this otherwise attractive idea. Show More Summary
She discusses her “modern family” and how she told her 12-year-old son about her relationship with a woman. The post Actress Maria Bello comes out in a “Modern Love” column for the New York Times appeared first on AfterEllen.com.
Award wants to make sex writing better say organisers, but is one man's good sex another's 'geologic disaster' Column Richard Jinman LAST UPDATED AT 15:45 ON Tue 3 Dec 2013 IT'S that time of year again. Tonight, the literary world’sShow More Summary
Latest column: Is There One Model to Rule Them All?: The recent shake-up at the research department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis has rekindled a discussion about the best macroeconomic model to use as a guide for policymakers....
Survive and advance. The New England Patriots haven't looked pretty lately, but they have added to the win column in each of their last two contests and currently hold a three-game lead over the Miami Dolphins in the AFC East standings. The two 34-31 victories came against vastly different foes. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) I tweeted Washington Post foreign affairs columnist David Ignatius (@Ignatiuspost) three times over the weekend with reference to his column “Iran — the next stage.” As I wrote in “Ignatius ignores,” I doubt he read the Joint Plan of Action the United States arrived at with Iran before writing his column saluting it. Show More Summary
Those of you who read our weekly Ask D’Mine column know what a skeptic Wil Dubois is. We can’t help loving him for it! He’s also one of our devoted editorial team members, so keep that all in mind as… The post A Skeptic’s View of Our Summit: Anger and Hope in Palo Alto appeared first on DiabetesMine: the all things diabetes blog.
My latest Townhall column is called, “Why Liberalism Is On The Wrong Side Of History.” Here’s an excerpt from the column. “Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive.” — C.S. Show More Summary