I realize that this is the 3rd diary I've posted tonight, but this one is kind of important to me on a personal level. I'm one of those who tore Luis Lang apart in the first place, so it behooves me ...
Following their attack on the EPA on Tuesday, House Republicans voted to further hamstring the EPA with the so-called Secret Science Reform Act of 2015.
What would the bill do?
This bill would ...
The media are having fun in the spirit in which our new video and website are intended. People get it that criminals are benefitting from the gun laws or lack thereof in many states. And the ...
I literally (really literally, not Lindsey Graham "literally") gasped at this cartoon from the Salt Lake City Tribune:
On a bus ride to hell
In one image, the cartoonist Bagley connects two ...
My favorite writer
Fantasy author Terry Pratchett has died aged 66, after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.
"The world has lost one of its brightest, sharpest minds," said Larry Finlay of ...
This morning, my husband mentioned that he'd heard a discussion that included some conjecture on the possibility that Netanyahu's diatribe against a nuclear nonproliferation deal with Iran might ...
"Distribution of cone cells in the fovea of a individual with normal color vision (left), and a color blind (protanopic) retina."
According to the organization Colour Blind Awareness , ...
So Rudy Giuliani doesn’t think Obama loves America. The media seems shocked, but conservatives have long claimed that liberals don’t love America. This always surprises me because I occasionally ...
Jonathan Chait thinks there's an unreasonable and illogical culture of political correctness on the left. He didn't exhibit much rational thought himself when cheerleading for the Iraq war, though.
I would like to share this gem of an interview by Paul M. Samson with the legendary science fiction writer and philosopher Philip K. Dick from 1981.
I often shake my metaphorical (and digital) ...