Tidbits to Consider
Yes, we seem to be more in love, and attracted to politicans who do not keep election promises. I admire Trump for his resoluteness in securing the US southern border. He made the promise to do so, and was elected; so stay firm trump! Sign in to see full entry.
Tuesday November 06, 2018 will result in a blue or red wave in the US. Trump says that he is focused on the senate... but, what about the house Trump? Sign in to see full entry.
By Janet Jay: The idea first came up while a friend and I were discussing the vagina's probiotic properties. "Why is there a whole cookbook of cum-based recipes and not a SINGLE THING on Google about culturing jazz juice?" she wrote in a message to me and a few of our friends. So, as the... Sign in to see full entry.
Emily Arata in World: Beware of the Tinder match who posts a lot of selfies. New research from a team at The Ohio State University shows men who take frequent selfies display higher than average psychopathic tendencies, while those editing their photos before uploading are more self-objectifying.... Sign in to see full entry.
By George Monbiot: What do we call this time? It’s not the information age: the collapse of popular education movements left a void filled by marketing and conspiracy theories. Like the stone age, iron age and space age, the digital age says plenty about our artefacts but little about society. The... Sign in to see full entry.
By Teresa Wiltz: New Yorker Deadra Malloy was diagnosed with HIV in 1988, but she remained healthy for so long that she wasn’t completely convinced she was positive. When she started getting sick in 2006, she decided to embrace her “ancestral roots” and accepted a job down South, where her mother... Sign in to see full entry.
By Monica Mark, west Africa correspondent: President Barack Obama called the Ebola epidemic in west Africa a potential threat to global security as the White House pledged to send 3,000 troops to fight the worst ever outbreak of the disease in history. "If the outbreak is not stopped now, we could... Sign in to see full entry.
By James Joyner Having spent a number of years living in Alabama, I’m well acquainted with the phrase, “Thank God for Mississippi.” While we had a lot of problems, we could always point to our western border for a state that was even more backwards. Perhaps it’s time for that slogan to cross the... Sign in to see full entry.
By Kerry Sheridan: Washington (AFP) - Ebola's spread to the United States is "inevitable" due to the nature of global airline travel, but any outbreak is not likely to be large, US health authorities said Thursday. Already one man with dual US-Liberian citizenship has died from Ebola, after becoming... Sign in to see full entry.
By Laura McMullen: Let's talk about poop. And gas. And why sometimes the two are more frequent or fragrant than usual. Giggle all you want, but knowing a little more about what's going on (or coming out, rather) down there may help you realize what's "normal" and what should be brought to the... Sign in to see full entry.