Fortunately, Yglesias offers the appropriate analysis of swing-state supporters of my least-favorite conservative vanity candidate so I don’t have to.
Even former Bush sycophants are deserting–Andrew Sullivan, Howard Fineman, Mickey Kaus. But I was shocked to see that the paper of choice for the complacent mid-right, The Seattle Times, had e
I don’t have much to add to Rob’s able attack on the laughable attempts of Cheney to spin the Duelfer report. I would like to emphasize that utter worthlessness of intentions, in and of th
What the fuck is he doing out there? On the other hand, every inning an already slagged Yankees bullpen throws can only be good…
Well, that was a tough day. But it was poignant to be at Shea for such a sad, momentous day: the retirement of Todd Zeile. Every time between innings, when they showed highlights of his long career ac
A list of superb choices from the Poor Man. (Although I must admit to liking pretentious Latin phrases.) However, I would like to reiterate that any such list absolutely demands the inclusion of ̶
Ichiro! Very classy all the way. Did it in his first 2 ABs, Randy Newman’s soundtrack from The Natural playing, George Sisler’s daughter in attendance. Cool.
One of Yglesias’s commenters nails it: Bush was at times defensive, insecure and peevish. Sometimes he almost seemed to be defending his intelligence, as when he kept insisting “I know ho