In Defense of AmazonI’m a writer, and my experience with this supposedly evil corporate behemoth has been fantastic.
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All-You-Can-Eat BaseballI gorged myself at Dodger Stadium and lived to tell about it. Barely.
Hit The Road, FrankLos Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt provided a public glimpse into the hypocrisy of recession-era America.
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TODAY IN SLATE
I was hit by a teacher in an East Texas public school. It taught me nothing.
Republicans Like Scott Walker Are Building Campaigns Around Problems That Don’t Exist
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If You’re Outraged by the NFL, Follow This Satirical Blowhard on Twitter
The Best Way to Organize Your Fridge
Iran and the U.S. Are Allies
They’re just not ready to admit it yet.
Giving Up on Goodell
How the NFL lost the trust of its most loyal reporters.
Chief Justice John Roberts Says $1,000 Can’t Buy Influence in Congress. Looks Like He’s Wrong.
Farewell! Emily Bazelon on What She Will Miss About Slate.
More Than Scottish Pride Scotland’s referendum isn’t about nationalism. It’s about a system that failed, and a new generation looking to take a chance on itself.
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