Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Friday, April 29, 2016

“Conventional Warfare” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday

The push by some anti-Trump Republicans to nominate Gen. James Mattis at the convention is odd, I write in today’s column (but I am more focused on tomorrow’s Libertarian Party of New York, at which I’ll moderate a debate between the leading LP presidential candidates, and you can watch at Facebook.com/NowThisElection from about 2:15-4pm Eastern).

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

“Nesting Pols” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday

Even “New York values” (as the guy I voted for put it) are sufficiently diverse and unpredictable that very different candidates get elevating from borough to borough, I observe in today’s post-post-primary column.

Friday, April 22, 2016

Thursday, April 21, 2016

“Looks Like Zoe Quinn Is #GamerGate” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday

Like most people, I can barely follow the complex battles between online feminists and online anti-feminists such as #GamerGate, but it appears one of the most prominent of the feminists, Zoe Quinn, may herself be a harasser trying to take down female rivals pseudonymously, I note in today’s column.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

“4/20” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday

Aren’t today’s celebrations a clearer statement of individual liberty than the nonsensical primaries that occurred yesterday, I ask in today’s column?

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

“#NeverHope” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday

I’m not sure why I keep trying, but I suppose I’ll vote in the Republican primary today, as I write in today’s column, casting a futile New York protest vote for Cruz, even as a Temple of Baal replica rises menacingly in Times Square.

Friday, April 15, 2016

“Lion and Lamb” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday

In this column, I write that I suspect seemingly absurd moments of interspecies empathy such as Toronto’s impromptu shrine to a dead raccoon may in fact hold the key to a more compassionate future.

Thursday, April 14, 2016