Two Fatherhood Advocates React to Slate XX’s “Just Say No: For White Working-Class Women, It Makes Sense to Stay Single Mothers”.
When the Supreme Court struck down a key part of the Voters Rights Act of 1965, Texas attorney general Greg Abbott tweeted just 20 minutes later “I’ll fight #Obama’s effort to control our elections.”
Turns out, the father of the Cosby Sweater craze is pretty damn awesome.
Minnesota requires a registration fee, even when courses are offered for free, online. Is this justifiable? Can it be enforced?
If Lance Armstrong was found to have engaged in an illegal activity, shouldn’t he be in jail? Maybe not…
Twitter finally handed over the data of OWS protestor Malcom Harris, who is being charged with disorderly conduct. Should they have backed down so easily?
Slate.com ran an open letter yesterday from Mad Men writers regarding Sunday night’s incredibly sad, but very well done episode. What did you think of the show? How responsible was Don Draper for the tragedy that occurred?
Joanna Schroeder wonders to what degree a publication is responsible for the reprehensible behavior of its writers.
“Yes. You read that correctly. I’m a geeky-ass, hoity-toity motherfucker, and I drive the most obnoxiously meatheaded car currently on the road.”