The Atlantic reports newspapers have returned to subscription-based revenue, not advertising revenue, to thrive. The paper is my daily ritual. Every morning, I open the L.A. Times, turn to the police report, bankruptcies and obituaries, and If I don’t read my name I know I’m off to a great day.
The Labor Department announced that for the first time the number of job openings are greater than the number of qualified workers due to full employment. Not everybody is necessarily happy about it. There is a reason birds sing in the morning, they don’t have to go to work.
The Honolulu Star reports that the Mount Kilauea’s eruptions have native Hawaiians recalling tribal lore to end the eruptions. It called for the island’s chief to be thrown in the crater to appease the gods. Obama quickly announced that he was born in Kenya and has a birth certificate to prove it.
Bill Clinton reworded his national apology on CBS Late Night with Steven Colbert saying he’s a member of the Me, Too movement. Well, he said it in his own way. Bill listed Harvey Weinstein, Louie CK, Matt Lauer, Tavis Smiley, Al Franken, Morgan Freeman, Charlie Rose, and said Me, Too.
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