Christine Rice examines Judge Persky’s sentencing of Brock Turner and is shocked that rape is a gray area for some folks in this day and age. Rice’s essay spells it out in no uncertain terms.
In his latest Letter to America, Australian Roger Pugh proffers advice on weathering the political campaign season and avoiding brain damage.
24/7 Wall St. names Appleton, Wisconsin, the Drunkest City in America. Mike Magnuson responds by drinking Bloody Marys and explaining the Wisconsin Idea.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Trump reminds us that Anthony Weiner is a perve, Huckabee makes reference to Pee Wee Herman while Clinton blamed for suicide, and Sanders soars his way into California.
Dave Eagle calls attention to the “thing” that Markos Moulitsas has for Bernie Sanders, and the hypocrisy that resides within Moulitsas’s own argument.
Paris Portingale continues his chat with God. Paris asks about Jesus and Mary, God gets a little snappy. Paris tries to sneak in another query about crocodiles.
Jason Arment exposes fakers on social media who espouse opinions on issues they don’t understand.
In his latest Letter to America, Australian Roger Pugh weighs in on the public bathroom debate in the U.S.
As Memorial Day weekend begins, Mike Magnuson shares some memories from past Memorial Days with his dad. Ugh, those Shriners.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin proposes forgetting the “F” and just getting rid of elementary and middle schools altogether.