Matt has a damn fine post on the relationship between intelligent design and that other pseudo-scientific theory, supply side economics: There’s a strong comparison to be made here between Intel
Okrent vs. Krugman turns out just as expected: Believe me — I could go on, as could a number of readers more sophisticated about economic matters than I am. (Among these are several who, like me
On May 31, 2004, three University of Washington blowhards grew tired of spouting prepared rants at one another and decided to found a blog. For an address, they adopted the word “lefarkins,̶
While I can understand why my county has the reputation of being a cultural wasteland, it should be noted that right here in bucolic, provincial Astoria the brilliant young French director Francois Oz
My uncle died seven years before I was born. My uncle Patrick also served in Vietnam, and my father volunteered in 1965, but was turned away because of a minor heart defect. I would not say that my fa
Maybe Feuer will answer what seems to me the great mystery of the press in Iraq: Why American reporters, almost to a man, had a more pessimistic view of the war than seems to have been warranted. I do
On Thursday, good old Neil Cavuto interviewed a pair of real estate CEOs on the potential existence of a housing bubble in the United States. Set aside, for a moment, the question of whether interview
I wonder what Fred Thompson thought about this.