Preparation is the key to success in most endeavors, including personal fitness. In other words, by preparing for bad days when your motivation might be low you will have all the tools in place to jump start your fitness enthusiasm… Share this: Tweet this!
Nary a word has been spoken about climate change on the presidential campaign trail, and it’s a silence that some journalists find deafening. In the last few weeks, a variety of reporters have called out the candidates for utterly ignoring the issue. The Associated Press’s Steven R. Hurst, for instance, reminded readers that just four
NEVADA — I can’t recall who came up with the idea of a digital video recorder that automatically skips past the commercials. If the product’s actually on the market, it should be flying off the shelves here in Nevada, where we viewers find ourselves drowning in a sea—some might call it a swamp—of political campaign
There’s a new Slatest in town: the third version of Slatest, Slate’s aggregated news blog, launched Monday. Though some Slatest readers were only just getting over the changes between Slatest’s first and second versions after the April 2011 revamp (and some still mourn the pre-Slatest Today’s Papers), editor Josh Voorhees… Share this: Tweet this!
It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a cover story so comprehensively demolished as Newsweek’s disengenuous anti-Obama piece by Harvard’s Niall Ferguson, who puts together a greatest-hits compilation of the right’s economic smears of the past three-plus years. As I write this, Niall Ferguson’s Newsweek cover piece on why Obama’s presidency has failed has