Well, this made me tear up. “Boys will be boys”? Isn’t it time we stopped excusing bad behavior? Re-think and take action by joining us at https://t.co/giHuGDEvlT. #TheBestMenCanBe pic.twitter.com/hhBL1XjFVo — Gillette (@Gillette) January 14, 2019 At the website, this is pretty amazing. Thirty years ago, we launched our The Best A Man Can Get tagline. […]
About Cheryl Rofer
Retired chemist. I've done a lot of chemistry that has to do with policy, particularly nuclear policy.
Entries by Cheryl Rofer
Ric and Zooey want no politics in this open thread.
It is looking more and more like the President of the United States is a Russian asset. I use the word “asset” deliberately, because it leaves open the degree to which Donald Trump may knowingly be acting for the Russians. That is the connection that still is lacking in publicly available information. We can surmise […]
Tonight’s New York Times news dump on two FBI investigations, for counterintelligence and criminal activity, is strangely parallel to that October 31, 2016, news dump that said the FBI was not investigating Donald Trump. Let’s look at a timeline for the material reported in the two. I’m taking dates from the articles rather than looking […]
I’ll be on a BBC Radio show on Saturday. It will be available on the internet afterwards. I will tell you about this again. Chemists' Dirty Secrets – a necessarily simplified history of chemical weapons. Sat evening on @BBCRadio4 https://t.co/pM5enbbtaC Brilliantly produced and researched by @F1onaHill, with contributions from @DanKaszeta @JPZanders @HamishDBG & @CherylRofer & […]
David Leonhardt, one of the bright spots in the New York Times, wrote a brief on impeaching President Donald Trump. It’s very good – you should read it all. Some highlights: We don’t need results from the Mueller investigation to impeach Trump – he has proved his unfitness for office in multiple ways. Now that […]
Here is what we know about Paul Whelan and his arrest in Russia. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Mr. Whelan was deployed twice to Iraq before he was court-martialed by the Marine Corps in 2008 on charges of attempting to steal more than $10,000 worth of currency and bouncing checks up to $6000, resulting in […]