is on full display in this ridiculous piece in the Chronicle of Higher Ed. What is it with Classics professors? He starts off with a little whining about he was given a low passing grade for ignorin
My question for Chris Vance: If King County was hell-bent on “stealing” this election, why didn’t they do it sooner? Why did they reject a higher percentage of ballots than the rest
Bob Novak on the Capital Gang, discussing the Rumsfeld dust-up: Look, soldiers always complain. That’s just what they do–it’s a way of life for them.
Furthering my time-wasting in this here coffee shop, your easily distracted blogger has been leafing through a several-month old paper copy of The Chronicle of Higher Education left lying around. The
When I blasted the Gregoire campaign a few weeks ago for their incompetence, I was primarily thinking of the media and message elements of her campaign. In this week’s Stranger, Sandeep Kaushik
Bob Somerby provides data for one of my hobbyhorses, the egregious underrating of the PAC-10 in college football. Admittedly, I would prefer that he made the point of comparison the Big 10, given that
A few random thoughts continuing what Scott said below. First, everyone should read this Neiwart post at Ornicus. I have little to add to it. Yes, some people used faulty and dangerous reasoning to c
Atrios gets right to the heart of the “people with no power are ruining Democratic foreign policy” thesis: Let me add just one thing: Beinart’s obsession is that it’s the ̶