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Blue in the Bluegrass brings us a brief lesson in moneyed politics from Franklin Roosevelt.
Infidel753 explores the lessons that Alabama teaches to those of good will in the rest of the nation.
The Moderate Voice, Military Affairs Columnist Dorian de Wind rejoices at the return, albeit slow, of decency and respect to American political life, and offers a contrast with cases around of world of people who have never lost sight of principle. He suggests one example: Malālah Yūsafzay of Pakistan.
Ted McLaughlin at
jobsanger commits research and finds that the virtues and benefits of the Republican tax bill are not believed by the public.
A terrorist attack unfolds in New York.
Tommy Christopher is there as my president responds with what is really important: attacking a black journalist.
The Borowitz Report brings us the newest White House explanation of Trump’s slurred speech: a problem with Vladimir Putin’s remote.
Jonathan Bernstein says Paul Ryan’s prospects are grim if he stays.
The Onion are unable to determine how Americans were able to build the Hoover Dam.
Dave Barry comes out for national standardized tests for all school children, on the principle that he won’t have to take them.
Earth-Bound Misfit writes about how, through clerical incompetence, her father was pulled out of a unit later trapped during the Battle of the Bulge during World War II.
Stinque takes a look at how white people can live in a world of white privilege without seeing the white privilege in which they live.
The Life and Times of Bruce Gerencser, former pastor, current atheist, Bruce explains to us the burden carried by atheists who must deal with relatives who are still of faith.
Sci-fi author John Scalzi at
Whatever has a few thoughts after seeing . He promises not to reveal any secret spoilers “because I am not a dick.” The Last Jedi