Marcus Samuselson of Red Rooster lets us into his home kitchen. Spoiler alert: there’s delicious fried chicken on the stove.
Read More: Marcus Samuelsson on Cooking and Entertaining at Home on Food52
Who Owns Media (US Edition)
Via Gizmodo, which also includes graphics on what brands own what consumer goods, consolidation in financial markets, what auto makers own what cars, and what breweries make what beer… which is important.
Images: Studios and media companies (top), and TV stations (bottom). Select to embiggen.
refers to the Supreme Court striking down a Massachusetts law that allowed abortion clinics to have a ‘buffer zone’ keeping protesters at least 35 feet from entrances and walkways to protect clinic users and staff from abuse and intimidation. Rather hypocritically, some might say, the Supremes consider it necessary to enforce their own, much larger, ‘buffer zone’ outside the building where they work but hey .. they’re the Supremes .. (story here)
My greatest fear is that this is the point where the SCOTUS tipped their hat on the ‘Hobby Lobby can impede their employees health care choices’ case. Welcome to the Plutocracy.
Among married couples with children under age 18, dual income households are now the dominant arrangement (60%). In 1960, only one-in-four of these households had two incomes; 70% had a father who worked and a mother who was at home with the kids.
Rather than confront poverty by extending jobless benefits to the long-term unemployed, endorsing a higher minimum wage, or supporting jobs programs, conservative Republicans are taking a different tack.
They’re peddling three big lies about poverty. To wit:
Lie #1: Economic growth reduces…