Weekend Edition: 3-6

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

SCOTUS Won’t Explain Why It Keeps Blocking COVID Restrictions (“Without issuing any signed opinions of the court, SCOTUS has revolutionized the constitutional law of religious freedom.”)

Most Apt Comeuppance of the Week

Man killed by rooster he was readying for a cockfight

Elitist Ass of the Week

Presumptuous plastic […]

Weekend Edition: 2-27

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

History, Evidence and the Ethics of Belief (“Veritable reigns of terror, personal and political, have been fashioned from deeply held beliefs unsupported by the slightest whisper of evidence[.]”) Reviewing the Book Review (“To wander through 125 years of book reviews is to endure assault by adjective.”)

Nonbookish Linkage

I’ve […]

Weekend Edition: 2-20

Bulletin Board

New to this installment is QAnon Droppings (i.e., “Q drops”=feces), items related to the dangerous, delusional cultists

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

Rush Limbaugh Made America Worse (“[T]he qualities that these obituary writers know full well but have assiduously buffed into nothingness in their drafts: that Limbaugh’s politics were forged in a […]

Weekend Edition: 2-13

Bulletin Board

My recent interest in history related posts leads to me contributing to History of Yesterday, likely beginning next week

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

How Democrats Lost the Great Plains (“The story of Great Plains politics is about how a once independent region full of gracious people became so baptized into Republican […]

Weekend Edition: 2-6

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

How Real Is “Cancel Culture?” (“When moderate Americans are afraid to voice their views, it allows those who operate at political extremes—often in bad-faith—to dominate the discussion.”)

Idiocy of the Week

Expression of First Amendment rights leaves 68-year-old Indiana man banned from public library

Nonbookish Linkage

When Mr. Rogers […]