Here’s my review of Oliver Stone’s important new documentary explaining why the US (and the world) should embrace nuclear energy again.
I’m turning 65 today and find myself a bit introspective, particularly about one very important day a long time ago.
With 98-year-old former president Jimmy Carter likely to die this week — he’s refusing any more medical intervention, opting instead to stay home with hospice care — here’s something I wrote eight years ago about just one of his accomplishments.
I was deeply disappointed in the utter laziness of Chris Wallace’s recent interview with Neil deGrasse Tyson. Here’s why.
Here’s some info on a lawsuit the Center For Inquiry has filed against one of the largest manufacturers of homeopathic “remedies” for deceiving the public with useless products that aren’t medicine.
Remember all those vaccine-deniers and rightwing wackos who kept asserting Ivermectin was a miracle cure for COVID-19? Now, there’s a comprehensive, peer-reviewed study of its effectiveness, which (shocker!) turns out to be not at all.
My reaction to the overreaction — on Wall Street, Main Street, and the media — that accompanied the news about a new coronavirus variant.
My wife and I got our third COVID vaccine shots the other day. That’s a sentence Aaron Rodgers can’t say. Here are my thoughts on both of those subjects.