The others are good, but Damon's is still the best.
A little fun for the whole family.
Ever see a movie with a gun in it and wonder . . . hmm, what type of gun was that?
This is the page for you.
I can't argue.
Long but very interesting look at the resale market for Nike shoes.
Short answer: both expose you to lots of bacteria.
Apparently, Randy Newman's small masterpiece is controversial. Who knew?
A small bit of genius. Happy Thanksgiving.
(I didn't expect this: Mr. Guthrie now is a registered Republican and "often expound[s] libertarian themes".)
Chester Finn reviews where we're at. Short take: a lot done, a lot more to do.
It is as remarkable as it is repulsive, the ingenuity with which the Obama administration uses the regulatory state’s intricacies to advance progressivism’s project of breaking nongovernmental institutions to government’s saddle. Eager to sacrifice low-income children to please teachers unions, the Justice Department wants to destroy Wisconsin’s school choice program. Feigning concern about access for disabled children, the department aims to handicap all disadvantaged children by denying their parents access to school choices of the sort affluent government lawyers enjoy.