Fascinating excerpt from David Milch’s memoir: To better understand some of our characters who were also degenerate gamblers, Michael asked me what I felt when I won. I told him, “Nothing. Abs
On the latest LGM podcast Cheryl, Erik and myself jabbered a bit about Mikhail Gorbachev’s legacy. This included thoughts on the distance between Russian and American understandings of the forme
At what point does Ukraine need to risk an offensive? “There’s a desire to show international partners that their support will enable Ukraine to win, not just hold on,” said Jack Watling, a seni
I participated in a Red Line podcast on the past, present, and future of aircraft carriers… The aircraft carrier has been the crown jewel of national fleets for nearly 80 years, with these steel
On July 28 I had the opportunity to travel to Nashville to attend Amanda Shires’ new album release party at the Blue Room. It was a terrific show and the album is outstanding. I’m a big fa
Janet Patton of the Herald Leader has a fascinating several-part series on the relationship between the bourbon industry and the Commonwealth of Kentucky. I regret to report that these are paywalled,
Yer goddamn right, and I love Kentucky.
Yesterday afternoon Mickey Kaus graciously joined Scott and me to discuss his role in the early history of the Blogosphere. We talked about: How one defines the Golden Age of the Blogosphere The origi