The world longs for Times more Ordinary
Recovering from Disneyworld. And that’s why, this weekend will be just spent doing low-key stuff. Maybe some grocery shopping in person.
A moral gerrymandering of my personal Ludditism can become disciplined if I filter that jagged line through the lens of the human condition.
The CDC’s eviction moratortium has been been struck down by a federal judge as overreaching and beyond that department’s legal authority.
SCOTUS, the 4th Amendment, and a case of “he said, she said” sets precedent for consent to search in our Case of the Week, Georgia v. Randolph
The FDA considers granting authorization for the Pfizer vaccine that is already in use for those 16 and up for children as young as 12.
After getting pushback over his earlier decision to drastically reduce entrants, President Biden raises refugee limits. Read it for yourself
We have asked the Global South to bear the brunt of nearly every crisis, from climate change to public health, but this is a chance to make some right calls.
The parallels between the sumptuary laws of old and the Covid restrictions of late are both revealing and instructive.
Newsmax settling and apologizing for accusations made on-air about Dominion Voting Systems and the 2020 Presidential Election
I thought about some of the best horror games I’ve played. How horror video games get under your skin and Little Nightmares.