How Phyllis Schlafly's Legacy Paved the Way for Today's Ann Coulters

“The church needs women like you,” my youth minister told me as he pressed a pair of tickets into my sweaty, seventh-grade palms. The tickets were for a speech that Phyllis Schlafly was going to give later that week at Coral Ridge Presbyterian, the church I had attended since, well, birth. Coral Ridge was mega-church…

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In addition to being a terrible, condescending question, it’s also a deeply stupid one that shows the reporter doesn’t understand how basketball works. Baylor got outrebounded because defensive rebounds are easier than offensive ones, and Baylor missed way more shots. Baylor rebounded better than Yale on a percentage…

Check Out The USS Constellation's Super Diverse Carrier Air Wing From 1967

It is always interesting to look at the Carrier Air Wings of the past. Today America’s super carrier decks look far more homogeneous, with variants of the F/A-18 Hornet doing all the fixed-wing tactical work.. The photo above is shot aboard the USS Constellation in 1967, at the height of the Vietnam War, and it shows…

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On The Walking Dead, Some Naïve People Finally Learn the Zombie Apocalypse Is Actually a Major Bummer

With the origin of Morgan: Peace Warrior safely behind us, The Walking Dead returns to Alexandria, where the blood hasn’t quite dried, the corpses haven’t turned, and the residents suddenly discover that life in the zombie apocalypse is actually not that easy. And then Rick Grimes arrives to make everything worse.