Rich Cromwell
Rich Cromwell
Rich Cromwell
Richard Cromwell is a senior contributor to The Federalist. Husband. Father of three rambunctious daughters. Arkansan. Fan of whiskey and whisky. Originally an English major, Rich earned a degree in music business from Belmont in 2002. By day he produces shows and events for a local museum with a focus on giving back to the community. His writing can also be found at Pocket Full of Liberty. Follow him on Twitter, @rcromwell4.
This Week In Weird Twitter, Volume 104

Or why open office plans are terrible for producing thoughtful, coherent pyramid schemes involving hybrid attack animals.

In Maria’s Wake, It’s Time To End The Jones Act

The Jones Act is a stupid regulation that becomes more obviously stupid in the face of a humanitarian crisis. Waive it for Puerto Rico, then destroy it in Congress.

Yes, ‘Friends’ Should Have Ended With Rachel And Joey Together

Relationships are about complementarity, and compliments. Joey and Rachel had both.

This Week In Weird Twitter, Volume 103

As 99 navigated between pieces of gym equipment, various props, and a giant box of toothpicks, he noticed the comic’s veiny biceps and bright red hair.

Why You Should Take Those Cheesy Back-To-School Pictures Of Your Kids

We aren’t still angry teens, for Pete’s sake. We can grow into adults and do adult things, such as being excited about our kids.

What James Damore, Formerly Of Google, Can Learn From N.W.A.

Imagine the outrage and slew of hurt feelings that ‘Straight Outta Compton’ would have elicited if the Internet had been around when N.W.A. was being highly problematic.

This Week In Weird Twitter, Volume 102

In which we find our hero apparently wandered into Mexico and must find his way back across the border. Then some other things happen.

George Romero Reminded Us The Real Danger Is That We’re The Zombies

Without director George Romero, there would have been no ‘The Lost Boys,’ nor scores of other horror movies that sought to make sense of what is going on with the world.

What Happened When I Drank A Six-Pack Of Zima

People don’t need to remember the details of what Zima actually tastes like. If you feel you must taste again for yourself, then power through a six-pack.

This Week In Weird Twitter, Volume 101

In our latest installment, some other things that don’t make sense happened. Just roll with it, okay?

What Britt McHenry’s Drop From ESPN Teaches Us About Ourselves

Could Britt McHenry’s ESPN layoff have come because of her politics? Maybe. Was it maybe a purely financial decision? Possibly.

It’s Not What Girls Wear That Gives Them Power, But What’s Inside Them

Those who worry about such things should look in the mirror and think about why they expect store shelves to teach young girls about what is possible in their lives.

This Week In Weird Twitter, Volume 100

This is an adventure. The last thing he remembered was demanding dairy-free options.

This Week In Weird Twitter, Volume 99

99 Problems? No, the 99th element.

Real Men Use Emoji. Or, In Defense Of Being Lame AF

Being a little lame as we age is one of the proudest traditions we haven’t totally abandoned yet. It’s up to us to preserve it.

This Week In Weird Twitter, Volume 98

Use this one simple strategy to achieve world domination. Guaranteed or your money back.

How Journalists Can Use Facebook To Get President Trump Impeached

The social media platform, in conjunction with the journalism-focused Poynter Institute, recently announced the Facebook for Journalists Certificate.

This Week In Weird Twitter, Volume 97

She looked round the room crowded with the unfamiliar shadows of half things, broken things, former things and said, ‘I’ll race you home.’

This Week In Weird Twitter, Volume 96

Reid went to bed, clutching Sofia’s butterfly net, as he planned to use it to capture the meerkat. It was then that they noticed the Peeps.

This Week In Weird Twitter, Volume 95

She’d tried them all, and suffered many disgusting concoctions, yet never found the potion that would transform her into a Yeti or a demiurge.