Jesse Taylor links to Bill O'Reilly's interview of Ann Coulter. I actually read it, exposing myself to Coulter's drivel for the first time in years. It reads like a parody of RNC spin; even.
Well, not really. Not all of them. Not all the time. I refer to recent flare-up of a discussion about the positive/negative rights distinction. This was started by the esteemed.
Through See the Forest, I find a link to Matt Stoller's excellent post on different forms of partisanship. I don't think he's entirely fair in his critique of league of wonkish centrist bloggers.
Speaking of nonsense and Texas, I recall some time ago hearing about some impending legal trouble for Tom Delay. The story appears to be a bit complicated, involving a misbehaving.
The Stranger, an alternative weekly here in Seattle, is the best source for local news I'm aware of. It certainly beats the other weekly and both dailies. Perhaps there are.
I've made the from the left pro-draft arguments on numerous occasions in the last year or so. Mostly, I've done it with students, especially in my Intro to Poli Sci.
Via Digby, we find Rep. Tom Davis (R, VA) indulging in demographic fantasies: If you take out the Indian reservation, we would have won," said Rep. Tom Davis (R-Va.), former chairman.
Kevin Drum with an excellent post on Oil. Upshot: Prices are going up. Fluctuations aside, they're not going back down. Depending on who you ask, production has peaked in the last.