I know nothing. And to no fault of yours, neither do you. And that is okay, though this mentality has everything to do with democracy.
The Triad Foundation’s decision to bring predominantly conservative speakers for the Roy H. Park Distinguished Lectures is important.
The Super Bowl unites hundreds of millions of viewers worldwide, but I didn't watch it.
I wrote my pro-Oxford comma viewpoint immediately after it was decided Emily and I would go head to head on the issue in today’s editorial. It was a short, witty piece in which I told the story of my day through a series of sentences that, through their lack of an Oxford comma, had ambiguous meanings. I was so proud of it! I used all the classic examples, and even ended on a sentence that implied Emily and our editor-in-chief Tyler Fleming were escaped convicts — in hindsight, my examples got progressively more extreme and bizarre as the article went on. But, alas, my masterpiece will never see the light of day.