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.
The Hardball Times evaluates the “Productive Outs” stat now being used by ESPN–expect to get the hard sell from your local broadcaster soon. Anyway, a team’s tendency to make &
I don’t have much to add to the Poor Man on North Korea, or to Matt Yglesias on Sadr. I’d just like to reiterate how happy I am that the grown ups are back in charge.
As a follow-up to Rob’s post about Iraq as a libertarian paradise, check out this post by Cass Sunstein over at Volokh, which reminds us that we used to have people in positions of power in thi
Via Juan Cole, it’s clear that someone gets it: In a speech Tuesday at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Kennedy, D-Mass., said North Korea and Iran have continued unchecked with
Jack Balkin, in a must-read post, provides another reason to be skeptical about Jon Chait’s claim that the 2004 election won’t be important. Balkin notes the potentially disastrous consequ
William Saletan makes a feeble attempt to defend the worthless “Kerryisms” column. I particularly like this bit of disingenuousness: Another blogger, Eugene Volokh, gets the joke and doe