Sean Davis takes a searing look at ten things in 2015 contributing to the death of American intellectualism.
The ‘Weak’ in U.S. Politics: Trump fails at speaking Yiddish, Carson’s comeback, Sanders sues the DNC, and Lindsey Graham (remember him?) drops out.
Jason Arment reviews two films now playing in the theaters, The Danish Girl and The Hateful Eight.
Meet Ben Werner, he’s a stay-at-home dad/trophy husband married to a military wife and the whole family is now stationed and living in South Korea.
What the elf? Inspired by the site Santa Update, Jason Zenobia reveals some names for Santa’s elves that didn’t make the “nice” list.
The Golden Rule states that you should “do to others what you would want them to do to you” but Travis Laurence Naught imagines this maxim does not extend to animals in live nativity scenes.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin shares his top ten quotes from his 11th grade English class for the year 2015.
Mark Gundy reviews the path Donald Trump has deliberately taken, examines why this strategy is resonating with voters, and foresees that Trump will win the White House by a landslide.
Apropos to nobody asking, Paris Portingale weighs in with his predictions for the future … you know, sometime later-ish, and in no particular order.
John S. Blake examines his path through America’s educational system, and why compassion, not prejudice, could have changed his direction sooner.