I promise that the name of this blog will not be changed to “Scott replies to Matthew Yglesias posts about judicial policy-making,” but since I promised (threatened?) a legal defense of R
In honor of MLK day, David Ehrenstein has a great post on John F. Kennedy’s (The “F” stands for “It’s never the right time”) attempts to strenuously avoid any poli
The fallacy Scott identifies in the post immediately below needs a pithy, clever name or acronym (I’m bad at this sort of thing–suggestions?), and the community of liberals needs to become
Matthew Yglesias points us to a Michael Lind article about how the Dems would win if they pandered more to middle-class suburbanites, and identifies a major problem pretty much endemic to the genre.
Sadly, No! points us to a typically tragi-comic exchange in which our president, once again, demonstrates his inability to remember the various twists and turns in language manipulation, this time vis
I suspected that the NY media would go further than Yglesias’s throwaway comment after the terrific Jets/Steelers game (congrats to frequent commenter gmack!) yesterday in turning Jet kicker Do
We may not have the cinema options here in Seattle that Scott does in New York, but we do OK out here. Case in point: from February 3rd-March 10th, The Northwest Film Forum on Capitol Hill is having a
Chris Sullentrop certainly richly deserves the coveted “wanker of the day” award. Even sillier than the criticism of Kos is the “slap on the wrist”–implying an ethical vi