During this past summer in Chattanooga, I had grand plans for going to a bunch of new restaurants, eating tons of delicious food, and writing all my articles for the year ahead of time. But since when does life ever go according to plan? Instead, I spent the whole summer in the hospital with a friend and eating the only thing that was there — Subway.Read More
Stop. Put down that Pilot G-2 to which you so enduringly cling and heed my words. Gone are your days of using a writing utensil that dries more unexpectedly than a tornado arrives in New York City.Read More
We cannot, however, ignore the exceptional circumstances that led to Kavanaugh’s confirmation, or the unusual ramifications that are now likely to occur. This article adapts analysis from FiveThirtyEight and the Washington Post to address the possible consequences of the Kavanaugh confirmation in three areas: the Nov. 6 midterm elections, the Court’s ideological makeup, and the future of Senate judicial confirmation processes.Read More
I love Jesus. I love the Bible. I love the Church. And Christianity is a religion.
Now, that probably elicited two kinds of responses. There are the people who will hear my statement and say, “Duh, Jag. That is about as insightful as saying an apple is a fruit.” I agree with this imaginary person (in spite of their curt response).Read More