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“Lamar speaks for lots and lots of us.” — Ben Sasse, US Senator from Nebraska The Lamar in the above statement is Lamar Alexander, Senator from Tennessee. Known to Senate fanboys as Mitch McConnell’s “best friend” in the Senate, Alexander is also recognizable for his...
Some curiously inaccurate and questionably relevant scribbles written inside a study of Herman Melville, the author of Moby-Dick and others works
Donald Trump and the Deep State working through issues during couples therapy
If you’ve read anything about the Democratic debates lately—or worse, are one of those sadomasochists whose quest for naughtiness compelled you to watch them—it’s likely you’ve noticed a major theme: Centrism.
On the relatability of a bee, a window, and repetition.
How Wall prevented gun violence caused by Al Qaeda terrorists currently storming America’s borders
Readers can choose their own adventures: Joe Biden says something nice about a Republican (WTF?) or Ted, the Salamander
I wouldn’t ask your average American to choose between her morning cup of coffee and the Democratic Party — coffee is one of life’s greatest pleasures, while the other lost an election to Donald Trump.
News: The government shutdown ends, Roger Stone has a tattoo of Nixon on his back (and has been indicted by the special counsel), and some positive baseball news.
A very thoroughly footnoted argument against The Rolling Stones current tour, with some thoughts on Nostalgia along the way
On this day 83-years ago Elvis Aron Presley was born. Thank God for that.