Senator Tammy Duckworth responded to insults by Tucker Carlson. Sean Davis examines the overall context, revealing what’s likely going on.
Chad M. Christensen’s next Boy With Shovel column, “Money for Dope, Money for Rope,” about life during COVID with kids, and daydreaming.
James Jay Edwards reviews The Beach House, an atmospheric horror film written and directed by Jeffrey A. Brown, his directorial debut.
We deserve to know about the health of President Trump, but the secrecy and dishonesty of this administration means we will be kept in the dark.
S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “Working From Home,” Park talks about his home, which was also his grow house, before pot was legal.
John Michael continues his series Life Is a Sweet, Tender Bruise, reflecting on life and people encountered, writes about awkwardly stumbling along.
The staggering numbers of dollars associated with the billionaire class are incomprehensible, George Grundy looks at income inequality and wealth disparity.
Seattle writer, William Gosline, makes a family stop at CHAZ (Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone) to see what’s really going on.
The Desto3 team spent the end of 2019 traveling throughout the Middle East. Join us virtually until you can go yourself. The final stop of this journey? Egypt
I’ve had it with you guys. We should see other vernacular formulas. And now, like a carefree sociopathic widower, I’m excited to get out there and try new things.