There isn’t just one, so I’m suggesting a bunch here. The first two come from the English Group Polyphony, with two albums called O magnum misterium (note the middle English spelling) and […]
A poem by Susan Cooper read every year at The Revels in Cambridge, and, for all I know, at all the other Revels celebrations around the country as well. It speaks for […]
by mentalswitch Here are two more from the iPhone-only gallery. Don’t worry, the second one is more innocuous… Happy holidays!
Add up every nickel and dime recorded by the Federal Election Commission and state election commissions in this decade now ending. Result: Americans have given more than $24.2 billion in campaign contributions […]
Happy Final Big Shopping Day Before Xmus. Our friend Lee Camp lays the nard-stomp on American culture, and we’re okay with it.
THE DEPROLIFERATOR — You’ve probably heard the word redundancy in its current embodiment. To refresh your memory, it refers to the duplication of the critical components of a system, such as an […]
It goes without saying that we should all be mindful of our obligations, be they legal, ethical, spiritual, or, in the case of one Eldrick Tont “Tiger” Woods, marital. But I have […]
The pledged cuts to carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases (GHGs) won’t be enough to hit the targeted 450 ppm of CO2 thought to be necessary to keep the Earth’s mean […]
What Monckton's AFP event would have looked like if real Nazis had invaded instead of nonviolent climate activists
Last week, Lord Christopher Monckton accused a group of young climate activists who invaded an Americans for Prosperity (AFP) event where he was speaking of being “Hitler Youth” three times – twice […]