Hilarious weed-smoking sloth makes smoking weed look fun; Kasich does something that kind of makes it sound possible for convicts to get jobs; feds mock lack of sensible immigration policy by making jokes about Santa's reindeer and more.
Liberal commentators in diverse news media with whom I
generally agree tend to suffer SSDD (Same Stuff, Different Day).
Conservatives, however, are endlessly creative when it comes to their abilities to stoke anger and fear.
There was a time here in Cincinnati when 1230 AM WDBZ The Buzz — the de facto “black talk” station — was relevant, necessary even. It was black Cincinnati’s bully pulpit, going-off space and platform for spelling out conspiracy theories; a place where unabashed anger was aimed squarely at the white powers that be.
The terrorist attack in San Bernardino
that left 14 people dead and another 21 injured last week marked a
red-letter day for feminists the world over: Tashfeen Malik, a
29-year-old female Jihadist terrorist, is shaping up to perhaps be the
braintrust behind the ghastly massacre.
I was The CincinnatiEnquirer’s new federal beat reporter and the late federal judge Carl Rubin asked what I knew about courts.
“The only ones I’ve covered were Native Courts in Northern
Rhodesia, but they’re just like the ones here: white judges and black
Climate change BS still annoys us; Washington Post reminds us all to keep thinking of dreams in context of race; 9/11 first responders fight for health care because politicians are disgusting and more.
Mortar Cincinnati co-founders are
trying their hands in Walnut Hills, a land ripe for the development of a
drastically changed landscape. Their new and temporary home is called
Brick 939 and opened Black Friday to much confusion from potential
Oakland A's pitcher imperils national security; Kasich takes time to focus on football fanboy issues; six- and seven-figure-income-having athletes; Time Warner Cable forces columnist to go meta to hit deadline.
Cranley emails self-righteous press statement and wishes someone had paused it; meanwhile at the NRA; women earning closer to equal pay, but that's only kind of good; weed investors regret Buddie mascot; research chimps to receive gold watches for catching hell all those years.
Renewed interest in what others think fuels Cranley concert-promotion efforts; terrorist attacks in Paris prompt Rob Lowe to share immigration policy tips; uniforms make Bills and Jets look the same to colorblind fans; OSU sues Horseshoe Casino over attempts to copyright generic name
The election’s done, but I’m still puzzling over the Enquirer endorsement of the parks levy. From what the two endorsement editorials said about the park board, its president Otto Budig and Mayor John Cranley, I expected Enquirer opposition to the levy.