A piece in The Atlantic inspires thoughts.
Conspiracy theories are poisoning the United States. That’s no joke.
The basketball legend and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, were among five fatalities.
It turns out, The Duke wasn’t all that woke.
“Why the hell would we do that?” — White House official.
Wherein Noonan writes an odd column that reaches the right conclusion.
Heather Havrilesky asks, “Why Are Americans So Fascinated With Extreme Fitness?
An excellent essay by Adam Sternbergh “On the Enduring Appeal of ‘Die Hard.'”
“Vertigo” has ended “the 50-year reign” of “Citizen Kane,” which has dropped to second place.
A legendary American soldier, General John Shalikashvili, has died.
James Arness, best known as the iconic Marshal Dillon on Gunsmoke, has died at 88.
Sarah Palin has commissioned a film to bolster her reputation. This is very intriguing on a number of levels.
An aide’s compliment about the president “leading from behind” has generated controversy.
The competition for 25 Greatest Americans was steep. Only 3/4 of Mount Rushmore made the cut.
Contrary to what you read on bumper stickers, retired Lt. Col William Astore argues that not every soldier is a hero. He’s right.