Today, from my hotel room in Berlin, Germany, where I am preparing to attend Indiewebcamp Berlin, my first European Indiewebcamp, I released Syndication Links 4.0.0. The major version number change is because in this version, Syndication Links takes on a new role. As promised previously, I’ve buil...
The Twitter-like platform Gab has been forced offline, as their payment providers, hosting provider and domain provider all told them their business was no longer welcome. The platform is home to people with extremist views claiming their freedom of speech is under threat. At issue is of course wher...
Chemnitz is the tip of an ugly iceberg, says an anonymous writer
Some personal secrets are so well-kept that even family and friends are oblivious. So it is with the story of the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist's marriage proposal to a Stanford Law School classmate in the early 1950s. When 19-year-old Sandra Day entered Stanford Law School in 1949, her frequent seatmate was 26-year-old Bill Rehnquist, attending Stanford on the GI Bill. The two shared their equally meticulous class notes and eventually were dating regularly. But by December of their second year, she broke up with him while somehow retaining what she called their "study buddy" relationship; she even entered the moot-court competition with Rehnquist, and the pair finished second.
Directed by Christopher Misiano. With Alan Alda, Kristin Chenoweth, Allison Janney, Joshua Malina. A nuclear accident in California sends the White House and both campaigns into overdrive. Meanwhile, China and Russia appear headed for a showdown over elections and oil in Kazakhstan.
Directed by Alex Graves. With Alan Alda, Kristin Chenoweth, Allison Janney, Joshua Malina. The Vinick campaign struggles with the impact of the nuclear accident in California; Josh and Donna have a "moment".
Directed by Laura Innes. With Alan Alda, Kristin Chenoweth, Allison Janney, Joshua Malina. Both candidates face vital choices about which states to campaign in; Vinick tries to put the nuclear issue behind him; Bruno finds Santos's briefcase.
Directed by Matia Karrell. With Alan Alda, Kristin Chenoweth, Allison Janney, Joshua Malina. A federal prosecutor's threat to indict Toby on another charge has the potential to affect the impending election.
Directed by Mimi Leder. With Alan Alda, Kristin Chenoweth, Dulé Hill, Allison Janney. Election day finally arrives; C.J. ponders job offers; the election looks too close to call.
Directed by Christopher Misiano. With Alan Alda, Kristin Chenoweth, Allison Janney, Joshua Malina. Polls are closing across the country, and the race is too close to call; friends and colleagues react to the news about Leo.
Directed by Steve Shill. With Alan Alda, Stockard Channing, Kristin Chenoweth, Dulé Hill. President Bartlet and his current and former staffers come together for Leo's funeral.
Directed by Nelson McCormick. With Alan Alda, Kristin Chenoweth, Allison Janney, Joshua Malina. THE PRESIDENT AND PRESIDENT-ELECT SEE FOREIGN POLICY DIFFERENTLY - Eyebrows are raised when the President-elect places a call to the president of China and offers a different position than that of Bartlet. Meanwhile, Josh picks his deputy chief of staff.
Republicans have deployed a polarizing message and millions of advertising dollars in an attempt to rescue what used to be a reliably conservative congressional seat.
As speaker of the House, the Republican lawmaker should be at the peak of his powers. Instead, he’s walking away.
Granting clemency was long a cumbersome bureaucratic process. That has changed under President Trump.