On Feb. 10, Wufnik posted an analysis entitled “Surrounded by people ‘educated far beyond their capacity to undertake analytical thought.’” I followed up four days later with “Why America has more education […]
Last week, in part one of our series on Denver photographer Greg Thow, we saw some fantastic shots of the 5280, one of America’s most beautiful cities. Of course, stunning nature photography […]
Celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred wants Florida to prosecute Limbaugh using forgotten statute: she's the best thing that's happened to Rush in weeks
I wonder what Rush Limbaugh will be talking about on his show this coming week? Ah, maybe this: In a letter dated March 8, [celebrity lawyer Gloria] Allred, writing on behalf of […]
Hoop star chooses Spring Break over national tournament – a decision with long-term career implications?
Wow. Here’s one I never imagined I’d see. King’s College women’s basketball team is traveling north this weekend to play in the NCAA Division III National Tournament Sweet 16 in Amherst, Mass. […]
At a campaign stop in Mississippi, Mitt Romney declared hisself an “unofficial Southerner.” After accepting Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant’s endorsement, Romney turned his attention to his bodyguard, Garrett Jackson — a Mississippi native […]
Okay, maybe not yet. But we’re definitely getting there. Check out today’s two-part gotcha. Part 1: Back in 2008 I wrote a piece called “The Smartest Shopping Cart That Ever Lived,” a […]
Are the chemical weapons that Syria possesses cause for intervention?
By Bryan Jackson I scrambled around my room throwing clothes in my hamper, books in bags, and ChapStick, phone charger, recorder and all my other desk-top trinkets into the front pouch of […]
by Lee Camp
Backyard Coyote Out in the open between the two willows unshaven a little too lean for song coffee for dinner last night cigarettes the night before he strains to see what I […]