The writers at Elementary Politics all have a lot of different obsessions. Some of us read books about the Revolutionary War like they’re going out of style, some of us read Supreme Court case briefs for fun, and others like to argue with people about foreign policy. The one thing we all have in common though… Read More ›
There are two sides in this argument and only two sides: Side One: Climate Change caused by mankind is an absolute scientific truth that cannot be denied and to do so is equivalent to saying the world is flat. The only way to stop this is to immediately stop all fossil fuel use meaning all… Read More ›
Violent attacks in Israel. Oh, is it that time of year again? Sure, but this time its not Gaza and southern Israel. For the first time in years extreme violence has irrupted in the holiest of Jewish cities: Jerusalem.
Split is coming to DVD and you should see it. Buried in that beginning of year series of film releases when most of us avoid going to the movies as we recover from the post holiday madness, a special little film was released: Split. While this movie was box office hit for the season $270… Read More ›
I was a free range kid, so were most of my friends, and not a single one of us had a cellphone to keep in touch with our parents. I walked through our freezing cold neigborhood at 6am to catch the bus by myself. I stayed home during my homeschool years with my sister (who… Read More ›
There I was, minding my own business on facebook, when I saw it. The ubiquitous “gendered products are stupid and sexist” post. It rolls around every now and then, often from different sources. Usually it’s just some annoying feminist website. This time it was Cracked.com…which is sad, because Cracked occasionally has some funny articles and other… Read More ›
Recently I (MeredithAncret) and one of Elementary Politics other writers, Erica, started a podcast entitled Two Conservative Lesbians. Which is exactly what it sounds like. A weekly show with two witty, non-stereotypical, conservative women talking about politics and current events. We would like to encourage Elementary Politics readers to listen in and subscribe to the… Read More ›