Hard left now filibuster-proof. …[update by Rob] in an article filed last night, Alexander Bolton argued that Specter was moving right and cutting into Toomey’s base. FAIL!
More than 50 years ago John Rawls wrote a famous essay in which he defended utilitarian theories of punishment from the charge they justified punishing innocent people under certain circumstances. The
Attending the NFL draft in the jersey of your favorite team to cheer and boo your team’s selections is the lamest thing a sports fan can do.
It’s been a bad day for baseball, with the death this morning of legendary Phillies announcer Harry Kalas, and now the sudden passing of Mark Fidyrch. Fidyrch, who was only 54, was killed in an
Since this post has occasioned much unhappiness, I’d like to respond to a few points. (1) The primary defense for open-ended judicial review that deploys vague constitutional generalities (equal
The Iowa supreme court’s decision is the kind of thing that seems reasonable to people if they like the substantive result and outrageous if they don’t. In other words, cultural conservati
When the whole “going Galt” meme got rolling a couple of weeks ago, I had no idea to what this phrase was alluding, possibly because, to the best of my knowledge, I’ve never read a w
This is a long story, but it deserves to be read in its entirety. I met Tim Masters recently and was struck by two things: how comparatively normal he seemed under the circumstances, and the extent to