Month: August 2014

Home /

Sunday Links

By
|
In Robert Farley
|
On August 31, 2014
Some links for your reading pleasure… Turns out the German weren’t actually tracking Patton’s contributions on a white board. Jacobin’s history of pro-wrestling.  My argument with Loomis over Hamilton, Storified The US Navy’s indoor ocean. An appreciation of Phil Hartman. Putin and rationality. The depths of crazy in this story are, for all practical purposes, […]
A for-profit grift mill is shutting down: After years of enrollment losses, Anthem Education, a for-profit chain of colleges and career institutes, filed for bankruptcy Monday. The company has abruptly shut down a number of its campuses, leaving state agencies struggling to funnel displaced students into other institutions. Nine more campuses may close today, Anthem […]

Cushing and Gettysburg

By
|
In General
|
On August 30, 2014
President Obama is granting Lt. Alonzo Cushing, who played a critical role in repelling Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg, the Medal of Honor. It’s pretty amazing he didn’t already have it since had Pickett taken the hill, it’s possible at least the war would have ended differently. Personally, I tend to not believe the world changes […]

Erasing Labor

By
|
On August 29, 2014

A minor detail in this article on the history of Tabasco sauce, but one that is telling about how, when we are talking about “innovators,” we forget who actually does the work: Accounts di

Creatures Feature

By
|
On August 29, 2014

Been a looong time since I had a proper space to make art. I’m still pressed for time, unbelievably pressed, but.. Did you miss my art? Well, I'm back in the saddle, folks. pic.twitter.com/Z

1 2 20
It is main inner container footer text