This is the grave of William Shirer. Born in Chicago in 1904, Shirer grew up the son of a lawyer. But his father died when he was a boy and so the family lost their money. His mother moved to Cedar Ra
Racist and authoritarian coup plotter John Eastman will not be speaking at APSA after all, because the Claremont Institute pulled their panels after they were put online: Waiting for Claremont to send
I’m in the midst of Julian Jackson’s epic biography of Charles De Gaulle, which means that I have a great many more thoughts about Charles De Gaulle than I am accustomed to having on a given day.
Here’s a line from the standup routine Amy Coney Barrett performed at the McConnell Center after being introduced by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, which could not be recorded by the fe
To commemorate International One-Hit Wonder Day, I’m going to post five of my personal favorites in the category, which I’m defining via the extremely scientific method of pop hits that I
Speaking of people being assaulted by Tucker’s Army of Sociopaths for doing their jobs: Caroline Young was thrilled to be hired two years ago as a host at Café Poêtes in Houston. She was pursu
This is the grave of Hank Snow. Born in Brooklyn, Nova Scotia in 1914, Clarence Snow grew up dirt poor. His parents had a bad marriage and they had no money at all. His father worked in sawmills, many
I suppose there is a certain internal logic to anti-vaxxers urging people not to go to (or to leave) ICUs: Anti-vaccine Facebook groups have a new message for their community members: Don’t go to th