On a number of occasions in the past 3 1/2 years, I’ve found myself shocked and startled at the depths to which this administration will sink. Each time, I vow I won’t be surprised again.
Data point against the liberal media hypothesis, #576: I’m listening to NPR right now. They’re covering the big Microsoft dividend story. The coverage is focused pretty much exclusively on
Liberty magazine reports the story of how Baradnik won the LP nomination. Amusing stuff. One of the richest lines: Badnarik is a self-taught constitutional scholar Ah, that explains it. Unfortunately
Ted Barlow gathers up the good news and presents it to us. My personal ban on optimism is still intact, but for those of you who like to think nice thoughts about the future, enjoy. In comments, Rich
The interesting things about dissertation defenses is, no matter how they turn out you’ll want to get drunk afterward…
I foolishly wasted time last week following a trail of links to a rather ridiculous right-wing website. There was a long, gleeful post about the outing of Joe Wilson as a liar, coward, and all aro
David Adesnik makes an observation about NYT campaign coverage. I think we can safely call it an understatement: The negative thrust of campaign journalism has begun to engulf the Democratic candidat
Responding to libertarian blogger Abiola Lapite, Brad DeLong muses on global warming…. I think that, for most global-warming fearers, it is naivete that makes them advocate an immediate program