The Blackwater founder advocates privatizing the military in Afghanistan and compares his work to that of Elon Musk and SpaceX.
Texas is violating the Constitution’s First Amendment to teach a myth as fact in publicly funded schools, a Slate writer asserts.
It’s no secret that companies are consistently increasing the amount of intel they collect on Internet users in order to target ads effectively, but have you ever wondered what that information is valued at? One user, who’s been unashamedly hiding from advertisers by using blockers, has decided to calculate just how much money giving up his privacy could make him.
All right, people, it's high time someone dealt squarely with this question: Does John McCain have anger-management issues? Monday brought word on this potential problem, the Republican Party's sword of Damocles, from provocateur Christopher Hitchens, who dares to ask "whether [McCain's] elevator goes all the way to the top."
Slate magazine, putting a new spin on footage from Hillary campaign speeches, cobbled together this clever, if unabashedly Clinton-skewering, clip featuring enterprising heroine Tracy Flick from Alexander Payne's 1999 flick "Election." Over to you, Team Hillary.
Sure, the FCC may be cracking down on indecency, but if you want to see how far society has come in that department, check out this Victorian-era "bathing machine," a hut on wheels that protected bathers from public scrutiny until they were far enough from shore to avoid being observed.