The Stones come full circle back to their roots. And it sounds like Keith has made up--again--with Mick.
I'm so old I remember this.
Paul recently turned 74.
Gee, I wonder why Amazon is thinking about vertically integrating into transportation services. Hmmmm . . . let me think.
Score one for my team.
One very small study, but if the results hold up, it could be good news for big holiday eaters.
Sounds good. Please come to North Carolina.
Fine piece by George Will.
Today, many Americans seem to relish being furious. An indignation industry has battened on the Republican Party, feeding this addiction. This industry is inimical to conservatism’s health. . . .
Furthermore, in politics, style and substance are braided. Many things, and all the most important ones, cannot be effectively advocated at the top of the advocates’ lungs. Try to shout a persuasive argument for caring about the separation of powers, or why the judiciary should be actively engaged in countering the excesses of the majoritarian branches.
Is it just me, or is almost everything we supposedly knew about health up for grabs?
"'$100K Minimum Wage' For 220,000 Highly-Compensated California Public Employees Costs Taxpayers $35B"
Even given the sky high cost of living in many places in CA, some of these salaries seem . . . high.
Anti (very anti): "Ranch dressing is what’s wrong with America".
I'm not a fan myself, but I score it pro by a technical knockout.