Anyone with a sick fascination with Fox News or a broken remote control knows that Sean Hannity says a lot of things, and a pretty significant number of them aren’t true. To assert baldly that I
Nick Kristof’s column today is very good, and by my estimation right on just about all counts. As an added bonus, it contains almost no direct or indirect references to the author’s darin
I lied earlier–Charles Pierce’s comments at Altercation are highly necessary: I’ve made peace with the fact that the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court once served the cause of whit
This morning, Glenn Reynolds had seven spontaneous involuntary orgasms. Of course, the story tells us nothing new, as the contacts involved seem just about what the 9/11 Commission has suggested. Let
Atrios’s instincts are right on all counts–Scalia is correct, and that is scary. To provide the background, the decision today in Blakeley is an extension of the Court’s 2000 decis
A great question, and one of several great lines from the new Wilco album, but you have to hear it in the context of the song to get the full impact. “Wishful Thinking” is probably my favo
Well, I just had my first blogger-eaten post. Dammit. 20 minutes I’ll never get back. Here’s the thrust of it: Atrios is right (as usual). The obsessive handwringing about VP selections (
A new low from Zell Miller “Democrat” Mickey Kaus. The good news is that Count Hackula expressed a progressive political sentiment for the first time since the Nixon Administration.