Month: August 2012

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If being a Republican today means anything, it means…well, supporting massive upper class tax cuts.  But in addition to that, it means not understanding the concept of “consent,” at least as it pertains to women. A desire to use the law to punish women for having sex in ways Republican men don’t like and a […]

Mormon prophecy, much?

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On August 27, 2012
Since there’s no video of the interview, we have no choice but to take Politico’s lead: Mitt Romney conceded President Barack Obama has succeeded in making him a less likable person, but he offered a defiant retort to those hoping he will open up this week: “I am who I am.” Romney quoted that Popeye […]
Today is the first day of the Autumn 2012 iteration of National Security Policy. Blog here, syllabus here, podcasts (will be) here. In addition to a host of smaller changes, I plan to run through a “strategic problem” at the end of each lecture, which should be part of the podcast. Share

Tweet of the Night

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On August 26, 2012
K-Lo brings the laughs: as a longtime romney watcher, nice to see the rest of the world finally getting to know the dude, the talent, the leadership, the character. If anything deserves an open comment thread, it’s this. Have fun! Share
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