Speaking of crackpot conservative journals, Terrific post by Julia at Sisyphus Shrugged about Bill Buckley and civil rights.
From the front page of the web home of The Weekly Standard: Fahrenheit 9/11 connects dots that aren’t there. by Matt Labash. Then, all of four stories down: There was a Saddam-Osama connection
Picking the very worst moment in Nader’s Press the Meat interview this morning is easy, despite the reiteration of sizist attacks on Michael Moore. To paraphrase: Q: The Congressional Black Ca
Good evaluation of veep candidates at TAP online. The Gephardt critiques are nothing new, but show that the hostility isn’t just limited to free traders. The Graham piece is a good one; if any
Wonkette suggests a much more likely possibility than the “Hillary for Veep” being touted by Drudge. The problem with Drudge’s argument, of course, is that it will be *Bill* Clinton
In a discussion on the appropriate ways to talk about the South and southerners on this post esteemed reader and frequent commenter Erik says Third, it’s good that we can’t really make f
Since I am to busy to engage in actual, honest-to-goodness blogging, allow me to play Professor Instalinker and direct you to this fine post. Heh. Ouch!
In a conversation the other day, I expressed the idea that the war in Iraq damaged rather than advanced our war on terrorism, which produced a reaction of surprise and skepticism from the party of the