Who also happens to be one of the dumbest people in the country: This seems like one of those Zeno’s paradox thingees unless you know something about American right wing intellectuals.
A verdict has been reached in the trial of Derek Chauvin for the killing of George Floyd, and is about to be announced. ETA: I was very pessimistic about all this yesterday, but given the speed of the
Here’s some interesting data on changes in existing single family home prices since the early 1950s (Note that these data are medians not means, and they are for existing single family homes, i.
To my mind the evidence ought to compel a conviction on the most serious charge Derek Chauvin faces, i.e., second-degree murder conviction, which under Minnesota law consists of “causing the dea
Here’s the kind of question that only the Last Honest Journalists of the Intellectual Substack Web dare to ask: Given that systemic racism in America was eliminated by the civil rights laws enac
This David Ignatius piece in the WAPO is just bonkers. Ignatius has a lot of connections among the American intelligence agencies, and it’s evident that some of them really want this story out t
One of the more disturbing ways the Internet radicalizes people is by getting sexually frustrated young men to transform their extremely common experience into the endlessly insidious consequence of a
This guy: Uh, isn’t that, like, the federal government choosing to punish people — hey corporate people are still people! — for simply voicing their political opinions? Isn’t t