This really seems out of line: After saying he’ll be playing for the Dominican Republic at the World Baseball Classic, it appears that Alex Rodriguez doesn’t have a say in choice of teams.
Apparently the ratings for Tucker Carlson’s heavily promoted, unwatchable MSNBC wankfest started off badly and got steadily worse. I’m sure this won’t persuade any network execs that
Congrats to Erik Loomis on his glorious, come-from-behind victory in the Lawyers, Guns and Money/ESPN Baseball Challenge. The game resets after the All Star Break, so let me lay down the challenge onc
You just knew that the difficult spot Karl Rove finds himself in would put a fair bit of stress on the already highly elastic boundaries of right-wing justificatory postmodernism. Sane people don̵
Via Roger,screenwriter John Rogers definitively demolishes the second half of the above oft-repeated bit of conservative received wisdom. In addition, why don’t we look at Glenn Reynolds’
As Atrios notes, this Salon article is just awful. If I can highlight one particularly illogical argument: Compelling a reporter to reveal his or her sources to the police turns that reporter into a p
Alex Rodriguez has decided to play for the Dominican Republic in the World Baseball Classic. Wow. I’m probably missing someone, but this is what the Dominican team looks like to me: DH: David Or
Robert Pape has an article on suicide bombing in the new APSR (What? Something interesting in the APSR? The hell you say!). Kevin Drum publishes an extract of an interview with Pape here, and Dan Drez