A Jesuit Does Chris Hitchens Right

I read this piece from Fr. Sean Salai on Chris Hitchens with some interest. I never had the pleasure of meeting Christopher Hitchens and that is one of my regrets as a person who has dipped a toe in the water of reporting. One had to like Hitchens even when one disagreed violently with him … Continue reading A Jesuit Does Chris Hitchens Right

The Rise of Social Gaming

By Michael Potter At one stage or another we've all indulged in some sort of gaming, whether it be board games or video games. However, only a small portion of us would actually dub ourselves 'gamers'. Surprisingly though, that hasn't stopped a dramatic increase in the social gaming world. In fact, in the US alone … Continue reading The Rise of Social Gaming

Message to the GOP in Mississippi: The Tea Party Doesn’t Dance

President: You're not gonna do that...You've got yourself a chip in the big game now. You're gonna tuck that away. You are gonna save that for a time when your own ass is on the line and then you're gonna pull it out, and I'm gonna cash it in for you Clear and Present Danger … Continue reading Message to the GOP in Mississippi: The Tea Party Doesn’t Dance

NC Common Core Update

By A.P. Dillon South Carolina has dumped the Common Core. So has Oklahoma and Missouri is on its way. While I've been busy following other states, I am right in the middle of what is happening in my own state of North Carolina. Here are some updates. Over the last month, North Carolina's Common Core replacement bills have made … Continue reading NC Common Core Update