Netroots 2015 Poetry Slam
Grammar Police: Unnecessary Quotation Unit (“Episode” 3)
(Audio) Witness to an Electrocution: The Georgia Execution Tapes
Grammar Police: Unnecessary Quotation Unit (“Episode” 2)
The Sweet Cakes Fundraising Campaign Did Not Actually Violate GoFundMe’s Terms of Service, and Here’s Why
The Doink Doink Awards: Most Powerful Law & Order Scene
Grammar Police: Unnecessary Quotation Unit (“Episode” 1)
You Don’t Say: Duke University Ramps Up Its Language-Policing Campaign to Even More Ridiculous Heights
The brittle snowflakes behind Duke University's 'You Don't Say' campaign are at it once again.
GoFundMe shut down a fundraising campaign to help a Christian bakery pay a $135,000 civil judgment for refusing to bake a wedding cake for a lesbian couple, claiming the fundraiser violated its Terms of Service. GoFundMe should've read its terms more carefully, because it was mistaken.
Lessons from Harrison Bergeron
A Twitter discussion on Indiana's RFRA reminded me of the kind of extremist notions of 'equality' that Kurt Vonnegut wrote about in his famous short story, Harrison Bergeron.
An essay on myself, American public law, and the courts.
The U.S. Postal Service had an epic snafu with it's Maya Angelou Forever commemorative stamp. We proceeded to mock them relentlessly for it on Twitter.
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