Today, Robert Feder, the top journalist covering media in Chicago, reported that Rush Limbaugh will be dumped by Chicago radio station WLS AM-890 by the end of March. This is the one of the biggest ...
I was in the middle of preparing a post on how early corporate charters included provisions to ensure that corporations would serve the general welfare, but had to deal with a grave medical issue. ...
Was there one song that you grew up that you loved but that, for lack of a better word haunted you?
There was for me... The Ode to Billy Joe by Bobbie Gentry.
I do not know if it was the lyrics, ...
If you asked me when I was a teenager about 45 years old I would have thought that I would never be 45.
My parents were 45.
Teachers were 45.
Well, as of Monday guess who is ...
The other night I asked and found out by a huge margin that most Daily Kos users are not now the same religious/non-religious adherents as their parents.
Tonight I am curious as to see if you are ...
Japan was traditionally ruled by the emperor who was considered semi-divine and was revered by all—at least in theory. In reality, the emperor was more like an honored figurehead with little real ...
is the name of one of my all-time favorite episodes of the iconic series, "The Twilight Zone" Twilight Zone was not just a sci-fi series, many of the episodes provided biting commentary on the ...
Reliable Democratic voters, 2000-2080.
Millennials (those born roughly since 1980 or so, depending on your definition) are the most progressive generation since FDR.
That's the headline from ...
Some comical conservative misunderstandings over the population density of Virginia counties have yielded a positive result: a new spate of attention to cartograms , a type of map which, by ...
Nothing beats television shows from the 1970s, unless you're talking television shows from the 1960s maybe. :)
And often the best part of the TV show is the introduction, in which the plot/...