In this weekend’s New York Times Magazine The Ethicists column, a moral quandary with national implications.
One day too late for Throwback Thursday, below you’ll find a photo of Marco Rubio dressed as a Chippendale’s Dancer for a high school talent show, with a full head of hair and one visible nipple. You’re welcome and I’m very, very sorry.
Senator Rand Paul, a Kentucky man who seems markedly less crazy than his crazy old dad, is set to announce his run for the President of the United States today. Paul, who is anti-abortion, anti-birth control, somewhat anti-vaccination, and a quiet fan of frothing conspiracy theorist radio host Alex Jones, is still… »
Tammy Duckworth, first female double amputee in the Iraq war, first Asian-American woman elected to represent Illinois in the House, and, most recently, first-time mom, has announced that she's mulling a run for Senate in 2016. For followers (or rueful watchers) of both Illinois and national politics, this is very… »
There is no wilder Christian television program than It's Supernatural!, a bonanza of weirdness hosted by a Messianic Jew named Sid Roth. He's joined every week by a revolving cast of highly eccentric guests, most of whom have a direct hotline of one kind or another to the Lord God Almighty. This week, Roth sat down… »
This week's Time cover story is on Hillary Clinton's unannounced but somehow still unassailable candidacy for President. To illustrate this, they use a stock photo of a woman's heel nearly crushing a tiny hapless man. »