In Visible Ink

Rev. Cosby's support for Judge McLaughlin called out on Twitter

Last month I saw a tweet from St.

Summary of My Discontent

Beliefs I used to hold

In his remarkable book, “Thinking, Fast and Slow,” Nobel laureate and Princeton University psychologist Daniel Kahneman writes this rather mind-blowing statement: 

Editor’s Note

A little possum play? Who's misreading the DSCC pullout?

I hate political hope. Not Barack Obama’s version, but the kind that may bear expectations of a victory.

Stop Calling Me Surly

More reasons to ditch Mitch

With a straight face, Republican U.S. Sen.

Keeping Up with the Jones

Why you should vote and why it may not matter

Voting time is here again. Dutifully, many of us will go to the polls and cast our ballots … and it may not matter.

Fun with Shrapnel

Put down that Oreo

Having a baby does very peculiar things to a woman’s body. Joints become loose, flab appears in places where it seems impossible and aches show up at the most inopportune moments.

Editor’s Note

Everyone’s a little bit racist

So the only Grimes-McConnell Senate debate was last night, and the only thing more frustrating than watching that circus is attempting to concoct an interesting analysis worth reading.

Fun with Shrapnel

The first rule: WRITE

Above my desk, there is a picture of Neil Gaiman, a printout with his rules for writing, and a mask of Mitch McConnell with crossed eyes added.

Summary of My Discontent

Pyramid discovery reveals ancient man’s struggle with insomnia

 A robot examining a narrow chamber has found 4500-year-old graffiti written on a wall of the Great Pyramid at Giza.

Guest Commentary

A public defender's response to 'Deadbeat' TV and 'public shaming'

It takes a very special type of bully to be proud of publicly shaming our poorest neighbors. About a month ago, a man named Tom Fawbush took to the air to defend one of his employees.