I'm not ashamed that video games are my hobby or my job, but reconciling games with the real world isn't easy. I don't volunteer details about what I do to anyone I suspect just wouldn't understand. But sometimes people ask you directly. Show More Summary
Our latest podcast guest is Amy Dickinson, best known as the syndicated columnist behind "Ask Amy" and as a panelist on NPR’s “Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!": We spoke with Amy about her most viral column ever, whether Carl Kasell does the message on her voicemail, if her own child comes to her for advice, and so much more!
Repealing the discriminatory 'don't ask, don't tell' policy was just the tip of the iceberg in getting a fully LGBT-inclusive military. read more
Co-authored by HuffPost blogger Shani Harmon "Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?" asked Alice. "That depends a good deal on where you want to get to," said the Cat. "I don't much care where -" said Alice. "Then...Show More Summary
By indie rapper Kosha Dillz (@koshadillz). Many people continuously ask me how I got my foot into touring Europe. I don't think there is any chance to figure out how to do it except go, and I can tell you that I recall sleeping in aShow More Summary
You know how you get so buzzed that you don’t want to drive while impaired, so naturally, you ask your dog to drive? Yea, that’s what a Georgia man did on Wednesday and the cops had the nerve to arrest him. According to Oconee County Sheriff Sgt. Partain, he responded to a call about a [...]
As the reviews editor for this tech blog, I often get asked which fitness tracker I own. And I tell people: I don't need one, silly; I run marathons. Maybe that sounds snotty, but it's true: During training season, at least, I'm probably more active...
Russ Heaps The next time you file an accident claim don’t be surprised if your insurance company wants to download data from your car or truck to make sure you’re telling the truth. No one knows exactly how much auto-insurance fraud goes on, but experts peg the losses at up to $30 billion. That covers a wide [...]Show More Summary
COLUMBIA, Mo. – In 2011, the United States Military repealed its "don't ask, don't tell" policy that prevented gay and lesbian service members from disclosing their sexual orientation. Current estimates indicate that more than 1 million veterans identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual (LGB). Show More Summary
Right Wing Watch reports that Gary Bauer (right), a former presidential candidate and Family Research Council president with ties to a variety of conservative interest groups spoke at the Road to Majority summit today about President Obama's "secular" political agenda....
A boss who hovers will drive most people crazy, but before you confront your overbearing manager, make sure you aren't part of the problem. You're an adult. You don't need a babysitter. But telling your micromanaging boss to leave you alone and let you get your work done is never going to be an easy conversation. Read Full Story
The repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell has made life easier for LGB folks in the military, but it certainly isn't "easy", and trans people still suffer the brunt of it all. The command staff of San Diego-based aircraft carrier...
Remember ABC producer Don Ennis? Back in May 2013, he showed up to the TV network's offices wearing a black dress and wig, asking colleagues to call him Dawn. Since then, he changed his mind, telling everyone he had suffered "amnesia" and no longer has the desire to become a woman. And then after the spotlight wore off, Don did transition into Dawn.
Don't tell rapper/actor Ice Cube about the Taliban prisoner swap debacle, the missing IRS emails, the fact that Iraq is about to fall to jihadists or that the U.S. economy remains stuck in neutral. Or, frankly, other proof that President...Show More Summary
Jennifer Fitz, the Patheos blogger behind "Sticking the Corners," recently wrote a piece called “Transgender Children: What is a Christian Parent to Do?” She added a disclaimer asking that people like me let this one slide: Closing comments...Show More Summary
See, now I’m confused. I was told during the debate about rescinding the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy that gays only wanted to serve the country in a military role, that was all the debate was about. So the local CBS station in San Francisco reports that the committee for the Gay Pride event in […]
Since the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell,” in 2011, there have been no rules barring the US Armed Forces color guard from participating in gay rights events. Still, every year they were requested to accompany those participating in the Gay Pride parade by Capital Pride, they turned the request down. For the very first
Making money online is great, but let’s face it, most bloggers and Internet marketers will end up making very little. When asked why they make so little, most will tell you they’re a small site and don’t have enough traffic. […]
On June 2 transgender service members said they "still feel neglected" four years after Don't Ask, Don't Tell (DADT) was repealed. These comments were made at an event hosted by the Veterans History Project. According to the Military...Show More Summary
Don't ask, don't tell.