I’d like to report that the voting process in my precinct in Wallingford, Seattle, is going just fine, with short lines. That is all.
One mildly amusing side-product of all the election-induced anxiety I’ve been feeling has been some strange political dreams. Several days ago, I was flying to Florida to personally debate Jeb B
The 6th Circuit, as some feared, is letting the goons back in: In a day of see-sawing court rulings, a Federal appeals court ruled early Tuesday morning that the Republican Party could place thousand
Andrew Sullivan dredges up another worthy candidate for worst Kaus ever; his December 5, 2003 post-mortem of the Kerry campaign: Democratic Senator John Kerry, once proclaimed the frontrunner in the p
The hydrogen bomb is fifty-three years old today. Let’s hope that its next fifty-three years are as quiet as its last.
Very nice post and discussion thread at Crooked Timber regarding the Lancet 100000 deaths in Iraq estimate. Long story short, I may have been premature in critiquing the study. I suppose that part of
Still, the staggering idiocy of the following commentary is awe-inspiring. First, Roger Simon: That’s why I think energizing the base is so important. Any little unexpected thing — we tho
Hands down, beyond dispute, this is the worst Kaus ever. Halloween really brings them out. . . Was bin Laden attempting state-by-state blackmail? Safire misses the key aspect of bin Laden’s pro