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I strongly recommend John Sides’s post, and for that matter I also strongly recommend On Deaf Ears and the Strategic Presidency, the most essential readings about the presidency this side of Nuestadt and Skowronek. One thing I should add is that — while public opinion is something that quantitative methods are especially well-positioned to evaluate […]
Over the past couple of years four people I’ve had some sort of relationship with were diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, so I’ve gotten to know more than I ever wanted to know about this especially terrible disease. It’s estimated that about 43,000 Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer this year, and around 38,000 will […]

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On May 28, 2011

Joe Nocera’s pleas to accept the Ryan plan as a conversation-starter notwithstanding, there’s no conversation less in need of starting than the conversation about how to reduce Social Secu

“Mediscare”

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On May 27, 2011
Yglesias: Watching Paul Ryan earlier today talking at the Peterson Fiscal Summit I was amazed by the number of times he said the word “Mediscare,” which is a conservative jargon term for telling the truth about proposals to eliminate Medicare. Krugman: Mr. Ryan may claim — and he may even believe — that he’s facing […]
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