Broad and Christian Streets, South Philadelphia, 10:15 pm.
There’s so much I wanna say about this, but I’m not sure I’m capable of anything approaching coherence right now. And besides, nothing I would say would do justice to the feeling of standing around with hundreds of Philadelphians high-fiving each other and [...]
Also, fucking Bill Kristol. Off the record means you can’t repeat it. Dickhead.
In 2004, Slate listed how its correspondents and columnists voted in the presidential election. Then-editor Michael Kinsley explained:
No doubt it is true that most journalists vote Democratic, just as most business executives (including most media owners) vote Republican, though neither tendency is as pronounced as their respective critics believe. This is a [...]
…people on the left, especially during the dark days of the early oughts, and, historically, in the eighties with the New Democrats, have shown a willingness to say, “Whoa, something isn’t working here.” Sometimes that took the form of saying that liberals need to be more pragmatic, more conservative, etc., and sometimes [...]
This is great. How many people in North Carolina get it?
I’ve been blogstalking Devis With Babies, a blog by two South Asian women (with babies) that I came to via the very thought-provoking Sepia Mutiny. DWB has a comic called “Brown Girls” and its latest episode discussed the Bradley effect – both national and personal.
Apparently this comic got a lot of people over [...]