Rob Crilly

The hideously false El Chapo myth

The trial of the Mexican drug lord showed how far from a Robin Hood figure he really was

By Rob Crilly

Politics

The Democrats’ phony war on corporate PACs

Corporate political action committee donations make up a tiny amount of most candidates’ war chests

By Rob Crilly

Politics

How the shutdown helped Trump

A new poll indicates an increase in support for his border security plans in battleground states

By Rob Crilly

Art

The Lego-cy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The politicization of the Supreme Court cuts both ways

By Rob Crilly

Home

The shutdown is hitting the craft beer industry hard. Isn’t that for the best?

Doesn’t America already have enough fruit-based IPAs?

By Rob Crilly

Education

The sideways thinking of Silicon Valley

Our disrupting tech titans have come up with something so new that only the whole of the rest of the world has already heard of it

By Rob Crilly

Politics

How Trump can win tonight – but won’t

With a prime time audience, the President could back down and still declare victory. To him, however, compromise is for losers.

By Rob Crilly

Politics

Swearing in politics is as American as apple-f***ing-pie

Dropping an f-bomb is the surest way to fire up your supporters

By Rob Crilly

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