Jessica Pinchbeck documents different sets of brothers on different rugby teams, showing how the ties of a rugby family are pretty thick.
I can’t help but suspect that the vast majority of what passes for historical truth is in fact bullsh*t. ––– “Once upon a time, in some out of the way corner of that universe which is dispersed into numberless twinkling solar systems, there was a star upon which clever beasts invented knowing. It was the […]
…Or did he put his love limb out of life?
Anthony Horton on a deadly heat wave currently striking India.
Marines who fought at the battle for Fallujah are now wondering if they fought in vain. Which prompts Michael Kasdan to seek an answer to the question of what war is really good for.
Matthew Rozsa shares a brief story from Roman history to teach a life lesson.
It officially ended 150 years ago on April 9 in Appomattox with General Lee’s surrender, but the deep divisions that produced the Civil War still roil our national psyche.
One man says, “My marriage failed, and I’m okay with that.”
William Boyle on the history of eugenics, and how it’s still harming our kids today.
Half a century after the civil rights movement removed most of the legal aspects of the Jim Crow regime the vast majority of religious people in America do not see fit to worship next to people of another race.
Meeting someone for the first time is like meeting yourself all over again.
In the wake of the controversy which led to the closing of the University of Oklahoma’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter, Louis Venters shares a blast from the Confederate past.
Last week, for the first time in his life, Alun Withey was the lucky recipient of a wet shave with a cut throat razor.