Did you see Dana Milbank in the Washington Post?
And if you’re interested in the metrics on youth voting, check out — and retweet? — this two-minute video.
Cap Gown Vote!
By contrast, President Obama — who actually thought of Canada as an ally and Russia as the national security threat — […]
On weekdays, he never eats anything with a face.
Have you seen this under-four-minute TED talk? It could change your life.
Two sealed quarts of yogurt sat in a fridge, one dated October 11, 2015, the other July 17, 2017. Which to choose? I was looking for something to blend cocoa powder into — I only Cook Like A Guy™, but even a guy can dump cocoa powder into yogurt — and decided to be […]
As to how Republicans control Congress even though more people vote Democrat . . .
. . . many people now know this was the brainchild of former insurance industry lobbyist Chris Jankowski.
I’ve previously linked to Ratf*cked, the book that tells the tale. (In 2012, Democrats got 84,000 more votes than Republicans in Pennsylvania’s […]
This site, as long time readers know, boasts one the world’s most distinguished consulting meteorologists, Bryan Norcross.
“Bryan,” I will frequently say, “Is it going to be nice this weekend?” Or, “Bryan, how do I get my stupid TV to work?” (He is a consulting tech-support guru, and just about everything else, too. How […]
Do you listen to The Daily? The New York Times podcast Michael Barbaro hosts?
Too lazy to open my eyes in the morning, I’ll often say, “Alexa, play The Daily,” and up it comes.
Most are really good.
Friday’s — When Democratic Newcomers Challenge the Party Line — highlighted the drama being played out […]
No, as he will tell you, Puff is not about weed. Puff is about — like pretty much everything Peter Yarrow touches — love.
At 80, he’s as engaged as ever.
Maybe more than ever, given today’s threats.
Herewith, his 80th-birthday post this past Thursday:
Dear all, friends and allies,
I just finished writing […]
There are not enough days in the week, and I already have tomorrow’s post teed up, so here’s a bonus at no extra cost to you:
First, John Brennan’s op-ed in the Washington Post, which I posted on Facebook and Twitter as well. It’s a must-read, must (respectfully and gently) share with friends and family […]
It’s compelling, to say the least — David Buckel self-immolated to bring it to your attention.
Quote of the Day
On Hollywood Squares, gay comedy writer Bruce Vilanch was asked: You are the most popular fruit in America. What are you? His answer: Humble. (The correct answer? Banana.)~.
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