I've made the from the left pro-draft arguments on numerous occasions in the last year or so. Mostly, I've done it with students, especially in my Intro to Poli Sci.
According to Prof. Reynolds: WHILE I WENT OUT TO GET FROZEN YOGURT, the InstaWife watched CBS news. She pronounced it "one long commercial for the Democrats." Needless to say, no examples.
Among Katha Pollitt's many enviable talents is the ability to cut to the heart of an issue by saying something that by all rights should be banal, but is often.
Via Crooked Timber I learn of a plagiarist suing a university for not explaining to him that plagiarism is wrong. His defense seems to be that since he wasn't caught early.
Kevin Drum with an excellent post on Oil. Upshot: Prices are going up. Fluctuations aside, they're not going back down. Depending on who you ask, production has peaked in the last.
Now that's a game. Why this country prefers the dreary postseason of the NBA is beyond me. I'm also grateful to Sports Illustrated for confidently declaring that a Tampa Bay victory.
Everyone's all over poll numbers for the Presidential election, and everyone's watching the Senate pretty closely as well. (Speaking of which, there is a nice and very flattering profile of Barak Obama.
The ongoing Canadian election is fascinating from a political junkies standpoint, as it seems as if the reborn Conservative party could capture a plurality government, and it is unlikely that.