Courtesy of a friend of Seb (of Sadly, No fame), I now have a beta gmail account. So all readers of L, G &M who were not sending me feedback at my old address can now not send it to the gmail add
A veritable Instapundit classic today: You know, the more I look at the new, Dean-channeling Kerry, the more I think that he doesn’t expect to win. He’s given up trying to convince swing
Via Paperwight, Tristero has a nice post on the John Birch Society. Maybe we don’t hear so much about them, he suggests, because their platform has become that of the modern Republican Party.
There have been a number of interesting observations regarding libertarian hawks in the last few days. Matt Yglesias points out that many who consider themselves libertarians actually aren’t, a
Professor Cole is on a roll: But I have a hard time rushing to Yusuf Islam’s defense because I never forgave him for advocating the execution of Salman Rushdie in 1989. He endorsed Khomeini̵
Via the (thankfully returned) busybusybusy, this gem from the guy who took the Washington Post editorial page well beyond the shark: Ten years ago democracy was on the march, and its progress seeme
I’m satisfied with the blogospheric account of the huge Bush lead in Gallup (signifigant oversampling of GOP, based on some crack-smokingly incomprehensible sample adjustment methodology). Now c
I’m sad I missed this, because it appears as though (it’s hard to say without actually seeing it) Stewart did about as good of job as anyone I’ve seen actually remaining in some con