Maher said one can be "pro-Dave" and not anti-trans, citing a phenomenon he calls the "One True Opinion."
Tim Ferriss is the 60-minute man — times four, but we're still waiting for the 'four-hour quickie.'
Bill Maher delves into what “higher education” in America really is and why there should not be student loan debt forgiveness:
Even though he died of an overdose in 1966 at 39, Lenny Bruce's impact on comedy and free speech was profound; even if you find him crude or worse, you have to admire his testicularity.
Today, we tend to think about "climate" change when we contemplate extreme weather, but whatever you call it, this is bad. It's not entirely new, however.
At the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, a Hawaiian swimmer with a memorable name set the world record in the 100-meter freestyle race. Although Hawaii wasn't yet a U.S. state, Duke Kahanamoku swam proudly for the U.S. team.
Liquor is not an aphrodisiac nor is it a stimulant. It is a depressant that may induce significant vapidity and a consequent lowering of inhibitions and common sense. A serious drinking problem can ruin a good shirt.
"You ask about Pursuit of Happiness at a good time in my life. I have pursued life itself over many years now and with varying degrees of happiness."
Switching gears, 20 years ago today, George H.W. Bush, the retired 41st president of the United States, sent a poignant email to a White House correspondent he'd met only once.
Guy takes a spin around the global-wide web and comes back with a bunch of souvenirs. First in a series.
Today is the 160th anniversary of the first federal income tax in the United States. It's not a date that gets much publicity, although it probably should. The ability to tax implies an ability to spend, which begs the big question: How much should be spent?
It seems like only yesterday that a youthful and slender Barack Obama strode onto the national political stage. Yet the 44th U.S. president turns 60 today.
Ninety-eight years ago today, Calvin Coolidge took the oath of office upon the death of Warren G. Harding. It was a most unusual presidential swearing-in, and certainly the most private.
Technology delivers everything, including highlights of hot dates, at the speed of 5G. But we have an ancient memory of love in dimly-lit rooms with actual living people using their real names. Call it paleo-kink.