A question: how bad would a script have to be for Nic Cage to turn it down?
Jon Henke mounts a defense of the indefensible tax proposals being mounted by the Bush administration. After briefly defending the President’s transfer of the tax burden from capital to labor on
At some point last year, Christopher Hitchens took an insurmountable lead in the “idiocy in the name of contrarianism” contest he was having with Gregg Easterbrook. I missed this when it c
While I generally (if tentatively) agree with Ezra and the Moose that overturning Roe would be bad for the Republican Party at the national level (although, for reasons I’ve previously discus
I’m not sure if Kenneth Baer is one of the people, specifically, that Atrios is talking about, but his article certainly exemplifies the central issue Atrios and Josh Marshall have identified.
Ever wonder what it’s like to run for the Senate as a Democrat in Oklahoma? According to Brad Carson, there’s a downside. For one thing, you get invited to Churches to address the questio
Uggabugga suggests a new seal for the DOJ.
While conceding that Christopher Hitchens’s latest unintentionally risible strawman-burning is not one of his finest efforts (myself, I can’t tell the difference), Michael Totten defends