Category Archives: The god problem

The god problem, or You’re Not Going to a Valentine’s Day Dance in Henryetta, Oklahoma

What is this, Footloose? Yeah, sort of. And Kevin Underhill has picked up on it for LoweringTheBar. See, there’s a law in Henryetta, Oklahoma (you knew it would have to be Oklahoma, didn’t you, where many happy things come to … Continue reading

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Who is paying for Gorsuch TV ads?

It’s 12:15 am and I am watching Rachel Maddow on MSNBC–the re-run of her usual 9 pm show. A commercial break. And to my surprise, I see a warm and fuzzy…commercial for Neil Gorsuch. A commercial for a Supreme Court … Continue reading

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The god problem in football

538 Significant Digits has lately been concentrating on the Super Bowl. Understandable. After all, its founder, Nate Silver, began his career analyzing sports statistics before he branched out into the far more tranquil field of elections. So 538 has been … Continue reading

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