- Is the Mexican army an administrative branch of government that operates beyond the rule of law?
Body Count Points to a Mexican Military Out of Control
In the history of modern war, fighters are much more likely to injure their ... more
These real-life residences go beyond the cool-looking-concept phase to prove how diverse, innovative and unexpected houses can be when architects tailor each one to specific needs and surroundings.
Blooming Origami House by IROJE KHM
Set on the edge of ... more
What red flags scare you away from a kid?
Jason Botterill, associate general manager of the Pittsburgh Penguins: “That internal drive for improvement has to be there. These players are still a work-in-progress, and if that work ethic and ... more
- Warning - if you don't like the F-word permanently incorporated into the presumed Republican candidate's name you might want to start your own blog.Mixed Meters has a short history of predicting the political silly season. I'm always wrong. ... more
• Scully: “It is written that somewhere in every childhood a door will open, and there is a quick glimpse of the future …”
• Giving the commencement address at his alma mater, Fordham, in 2000: The world, he ... more
- What I forgot yesterday... Dame's rocket and phlox. What I didn't notice because I was running... False Solomon's seal.We went back to closely inspect the red patch, which involved a significant off-trail jaunt. Here's Chris standing by them:And ... more
- This bench is for thoseThat didn't go to Vietnam,For the conscientious objectors,For the draft dodgers,For the ones that fled to Canada,For the ones that went to prison.Let them sit here and contemplateThat ... more
Carleton Athletics: Men's Track and Field: Hart Hornor Closes Carleton Career With Another All-America AwardOn the final day of competition at the 2016 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships, Carleton College Senior Hart Hornor (Seattle, Wash./Roosevelt) capped his stellar career at Carleton with yet another All-America performance as he finished fourth in ... more
Carleton Athletics: Women's Track and Field: Steinke Caps Brilliant Career by Taking Home All-America Honors in 5000mWAVERLY, Iowa – On the final day of the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships, Ruth Steinke (Sr./Lima, N.Y./Honeoye Falls-Lima) earned All-America honors for the fifth time in her illustrious Carleton career.
- Lately, I've been writing longer-form humor pieces over on Medium. Like this one:
A Chinese transportation company behind a lane-straddling bus design (which passes over lanes rather than occupying them) is moving from scale to full-sized test models this summer. The plan is to introduced fully-functional models of these “land airbuses” to ... more
- I'll admit it... There are times of the year when the prairie isn't the most aesthetically interesting ecosystem. But she is coming into her own now, and from June through October, the prairie will display staggering biodiversity. A slowly ... more
- Yes, It's getting worse...family, community falling apart,dog-eat-dog subhuman world.Harvesting bodies to sell organsto hospitals not just some horrormovie.Hey! Rimbaud didn't have muchnice to say either!Industrial war now endemic...no profit in ... more
- In Tepoztlan, before therainy season and beforethe end,white butterflies float in theair like napkins, hence,their name.Something had to,so we'd know.
Carleton Athletics: Men's Track and Field: Buckner Finishes in 16th place in the Decathlon, Cook-Gallardo in 15th in the 800 Meter RunStill recovering from an injury that knocked him out of the MIAC Championships two weeks ago Jerry Cook-Gallardo (So./Moscow, Idaho/Moscow) finished his impressive sophomore campaign by finishing in 15th in the 800-meter run at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and ... more