Yesterday, I lightheartedly1 tweeted that no matter who dies in the last episode of Game of Thrones, the only happy ending possible is no centralized authority and a completely free market. A statephile mockingly replied that...Read More
(“Quick hit” means I am reacting to media coverage and not the SCOTUS’ decision itself). According to CNN, the United States Supreme Court ruled today that “iPhone owners can sue Apple for monopolizing...Read More
According to a story in Business Insider [Republican] Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri plans to introduce a bill that would ban loot boxes — a random collection of items that players can buy in a game — and other types of...Read More
–No, internet, the Night King isn’t coming back. At the moment of death, his spirit did not...Read More
Does the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protect against LGBT discrimination? The Supreme Court will decide that issue next year. Check out the discussion with The Law right here.Read More
Bluecarp on Twitter
"If you make a column of things you are pretty sure you know, then you make another column of how you know those things, about 90% of that second column is just like, 'yeah, some guy told me.'"
Kinda like #GlobalWarming, actually. https://t.co/CV4WnDbXnM @YouTube
Ep 42 is out! We discuss the #SCOTUS decision to keep the #Trump administration from asking about #citizenship on the 2020 #census.
The census has asked about citizenship for most of this country's history, so why can't it be asked next year? #TheLaw
I'm very glad an excellent candidate who happens to be a #Jamaican female immigrant of color is going to run against @AOC as a #Republican.
But a Republican ain't gonna win that district. AOC needs, and will get, a strong #Democratic challenger in her primary.
Intersectionalist SJWs calling Chris @prattprattpratt a racist for wearing a #GadsdenFlag t-shirt represent every reason we will be able to thank the #Democrats for the reelection of #DonaldTrump.
@Alyssa_Milano & @Cher & @BetteMidler see what you can do about this nonsense.