It turns out that the candy flavored booze at the grocery store isn’t even bourbon.
The legendary country music singer-songwriter known as “The Storyteller” is gone at 85.
The indicators are pointing in the direction of caffeine being good for most people.
The Trump Administration is set to raise tariffs on more products from Europe, including Scotch Whisky and other alcoholic beverages as well as food products and other items.
Three months after it started, the Trump Trade War is already starting to have a negative impact on American businesses and American consumers.
Unable to get his way with the legislature, New York’s governor is taking a provocative step.
President Trump won’t attend nerd prom again this year. That’s a good thing.
Instead of attending the White House Correspondents Association Dinner, Donald Trump spent his Saturday attacking the press and the First Amendment.
The Ezra Klein-less Wonkblog makes us feel good about our drinking habits.
Many who speak with great passion about the Constitution rather frequently make anti-Federalist arguments.
The “paper of record” joins the call for some kind of deal with Edward Snowden.
The noted wine critic Robert Parker recently forayed into reviewing bourbon and came under intense fire from enthusiasts of American whiskey.
Posting pictures of your ballot to Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram is a crime in some parts of America.
In a radio interview last week, Paul Ryan claimed to have run a sub-3 hour marathon. He did no such thing.
After three days of buildup to a “mystery speaker,” the closing night of the Republican convention featured a rambling performance by Clint Eastwood and an empty chair.
The cover of Patrick Wensink’s novel Broken Piano for President bore a striking resemblence to the label of a certain quality Tennessee sour mash whiskey. So, Jack Daniel’s’ lawyer sent him a nice note.
Despite the opposition of the SECDEF and Joint Chiefs, the latter expanded yesterday.
“It’s Time to Switch to Whiskey” by Corb Lund and the Hurtin’ Albertans
This is looking less crazy, less sudden, and less an exercise in presidential whimsy than it seemed.
Even libertarians aren’t all that impressed with the effort to bring Ayn Rand’s magnum opus to the big screen.
Sarah Deming has a longish column “Against Mixology,” decrying both the use of that title by barkeeps and, more importantly, the snootiness which often attends those who do.
Experts say 80% of all alcohol sales go to people with drinking problems. The mathematics of that are staggering.