1. The insurance industry estimates its risk assessment in taking on the business of assuming liability. It figures that it needs to avoid situations where the risk is too great, or where the premiums need be beyond reasonable. So, how does the insurance industry evaluate its risk on deniers of climate change and opposition to gun control regulation?: (Thanks to Bob Gereke)
2. A "Town Without Pity". Which town is that? Charles Blow points it out, and with good reason:
I've been married to a communist and a fascist, and neither would take out the garbage.
-- Zsa Zsa