The results of yesterday’s first round of the French presidential election are in and far right Marine Le Pen (Front National) finished with 21.4%. Conservative François Fillon (Les Républicains) who was weakened by so-called “Penelopegate” came in third. The winner is centrist Emmanuel Macron (En Marche!) with 23.9%. The runoff on May 7th isn’t expected… 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.
I and EP’s Entertainment Editor both had a chance to run panels at this year’s Phoenix Comicon. We were able to record these panels and now we can share them with our website’s viewers as well. We had two panels, the first being this one. Elementary Politic’s discussion of the philosophies at the core of… 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 ›
In the 1980s the Coca-Cola company made a gigantic mistake. That mistake was known as New Coke. It was so unpopular that it took less than 3 months for the company to reintroduce the original product, only under the name “Coca-Cola Classic” because the name “Coca-Cola” was already on every bit of New Coke advertising…. Read More ›