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One Was Too Much

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On June 23, 2011

Great column from Coates. After bringing much-needed national attention to Rick Perry’s role in the murder of Cameron Tood Willingham, the punchline says it all: Whatever one thinks of the death

Bobo engages in his trademark style of argument, focusing on abstractions and ignoring evidence about whether or not markets actually work for a given problem. Cohn does a good job pointing out the problems, and I think the most important one is near the end — the comparison with other countries.   Brooks asserts that “there […]

Snack Forensics

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On May 9, 2011
The so-over choice of wrap rather than bread sure is fascinating, but I can’t fully evaluate Obama’s foreign policy choices until I know what’s on his iPod. And I can’t believe that we didn’t get a more in-depth evaluation of the undoubtedly un-American condiment choices. Share
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Seems About Right

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On November 24, 2010
Your new Washington Post blogger Jennifer Rubin, ladies and gentlemen: Regarding the “Ground Zero Mosque,” Rubin told us 3,000 Americans were killed at the Burlington Coat Factory at West Broadway and Park Place, and that by supporting it the Left was “advertising its own intellectual crack-up and unfitness to govern.” When Mel Gibson was famously […]
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