Friday, January 29, 2016
“Conservative Legitimacy Gets Slipperier” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
Debates are one more thing -- and one more credentialing institution -- apparently now optional, at least for Donald Trump, I write in today’s column.
Thursday, January 28, 2016
“Anti-Fasc” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
I write one last “Anti-Fasc” column urging the GOP to save itself from Trump using Cruz.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
“Dark Mayer: Anti-Koch Straw-Grasping” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
I write of Jane Mayer as the latest in a long line of weird, sometimes pseudo-psychoanalytical attacks on libertarians such as the Koch brothers.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
“Pink, Taxing” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
In today’s column, dismiss feminist fears of a “pink tax” as bad econ, and I respond briefly to a trans critic.
Monday, January 25, 2016
“Ten Steps to Being a Functional Conspiracy” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
The GOP had better take a page from X-Files and learn to coordinate because being against Trump but divided is not going to stop him, I write in today’s column.
Friday, January 22, 2016
“Ten Commandments of Mormon Appreciation” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
Even as an atheist, I have to have a certain fondness for things the Mormons have given us, from Donny and Marie and Battlestar Galactica to Mitt Romney (who we’ll all probably miss when the dark night of fascism descends soon), as I write in today’s column.
Thursday, January 21, 2016
“Police States Love Chaos and Order” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
Saved by Zero? I note a few bizarre police-state-like trends these days -- and the odd Vision Zero program here in NYC -- in today’s column.
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
“Don’t Talk to the Animals: Nor the Ghosts, Etc.” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
I lament in today’s SpliceToday column that Koko the gorilla, little boys in comas, and a lot of other nonsense gets listened to by a gullible public.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
“Buchanan Pulling Ahead!” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
Populists may yet win, two decades after Pat Buchanan’s efforts to take over the GOP, if Trump and even Sanders’ rhetoric is any indication, I write in today’s column.
Monday, January 18, 2016
“Gender Dystopia: No Winning Move” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
From androgynous clothes that aren’t gendered enough for the transgender people to feminists against Bowie, you will never keep the activists happy, I write.
Friday, January 15, 2016
“Cruz the Debater: But Paul’s Not Dead” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
Love Rand Paul but gotta conclude after his absence and Ted Cruz’s cross-faction appeal in last night’s debate that Cruz is right now the only hope to stop Trump, I say in today’s column.
Thursday, January 14, 2016
“Ten Troubling Nations” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
Saudi, China, Germany, the U.S., Canada, Antarctica, and more -- all terrible, and some about to be overrun by massive raping hordes, as I explain in today’s column.
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
“State of the Unions” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
I note the Senate failing to pass Rand Paul’s Audit the Fed bill, the President speaking, and the Supreme Court sounding admirably skeptical about public sector union dues, in today’s column.
Tuesday, January 12, 2016
“Bowie: Loving the Alien” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
I reflect on a small fraction of the strange things David Bowie meant to me, two days after his death, in my daily column.
Monday, January 11, 2016
“Hanson: EmmmBot” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
Economist Robin Hanson’s forthcoming book imagines the social implications of being able to copy existing human minds more easily than we can build artificial ones completely from scratch, as I write in today’s column.
Friday, January 8, 2016
“Florence King Is Dead, Roy Batty Is Born” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
I write in today’s column of the passing of a great, notorious “misanthrope” and the incept date of a fictional replicant.
Thursday, January 7, 2016
“Gary Johnson Enters Presidential Race” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
No, seriously, consider the Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson for this year’s presidential election -- because, as I write on SpliceToday, America needs an adult right now.
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
“BLM vs. BLM: Black Lives and Land Use Matter” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
You can at least sympathize with both anti-cop and anti-government-land-monopolization protestors, I write.
Tuesday, January 5, 2016
“#TrumpTruths vs. #ClintonUFO” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
Among thirteen conspiracies mentioned in my column today are two that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton would like to expose, so for the next few days I invite readers to tweet at me with the hashtag of the one they’d prefer the next president expose.
Monday, January 4, 2016
“Shooting Holes in Constitutions” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
From Obama to the government of Venezuela, I see threats to constitutional thinking, I write in today’s column.
Friday, January 1, 2016
“New Year, New World Order” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
Fascism is much more widespread than most people using the epithet acknowledge, and it appeals to rebels and elites alike, it seems, as I write in the first column of 2016.
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