I’d been expecting, ever since I arrived in Europe, to get some grief on behalf of my fellow Americans. We don’t have the best global reputation, and last time I was abroad - in South America – criticism was ample.
But it’s been different in Sarajevo. I think that’s partly because Bosnia and…
As a Bostonian living abroad, I felt alternatively detached and devastated as I watched coverage of the marathon bombing and ensuing manhunt.
But this blog isn’t about that, it’s about Bosnia, and the relevance there is that the last few days have served as a reminder of Bosnia’s particularly…
BREAKING: Brainmunching zombie demon spotted off 5th Avenue, heading south.
In lieu of a list of coffee drinks, this place in in East London opted for ingredient breakdowns.
This morning, I read Michael Wolff’s piece in USA Today entitled Columbia Flunks Relevancy Test. He’s not a fan of the school for reasons I can actually understand (thought they might have been more convincing if he’d kept the sweeping generalizations to a minimum).
Rand Paul’s 12+ hour filibuster about drones gets a succinct 43-word response.
Meanwhile, we have the transcript from the first seven hours of Paul’s filibuster, and that alone takes up over 100 pages.
Melissa Harris-Perry showed this incredible chart today during a discussion on wealth in America and what this week’s stock market gains actually mean for most American families.
Hey, that looks familiar.