Kos asks if he has no shame. The answer is clearly no, but the more interesting question is has he ever looked at voting demographics in this country?
Apparently we’ve decided that Cuba doesn’t have an offensive bio-weapon program. Considering that they’ve been sitting off the coast of Florida for forty-three years and haven’
Fred Kaplan has a characteristically excellent column about the technical difficulties presented by the current missile defense system. For those who haven’t had the chance, read Kaplan’s
I had no idea about this, which I find fascinating. If I’m ever called upon to teach American political development/history and the 1896 election comes up, you can bet this’ll be in my le
Much as I hate to admit it, I think the Florida Supreme Court was correct in its 6-1 ruling to allow Ralph Nader on the ballot. When laws are ambiguous, it seems reasonable to interpret them in ways
Lindsay Beyerstein has a good review of Thomas Frank’s new book. I do think, however, that her punchline underemphasizes the most important part of Frank’s argument: Short answer: the habi
First, arguing about which of the two stupidest foreign policy maneuvers of the last forty years is stupider is, well, a stupid thing to do. But, if I’m going to carry on, it’s better to m
Borrowing again from that young Harvard punk, I have to confess to many of the same hawkish sentiments. This isn’t the first time that we’ve discussed how judging a position by the worst