Via Kevin Drum, Robert Kagan on Russia: A great deal is riding on whether President Bush can muster the will to denounce the man he has regarded as an ally in the war on terrorism. Some will argue,
Since this is a little long to be included in comments, a couple of quick points about the possibility of a pro-life feminism. The first thing to say is that the question is unanswerable; in some sen
Everybody say hi to frequent commenter Erik’s new blog, Alterdestiny. Make sure to ask him what the hell the title means, and why an old school lefty like him is using such a New-Agey name.
I’ve been meaning to pull together a post responding to various arguments made by Hugo Schwyzer on the possibility of a left, feminist pro-life political alignment (See here, here, here). Amp
In a recent article in which self-parody and self-congratulation fought each other to a draw, Prof. Reynolds made the following statement: The press has been in the tank for Kerry to a degree that is
This story from the Washington Post is making the rounds this morning, inspiring commentary from Sully, Atrios, Josh Marshall, Patridiot Watch, and Henry at Crooked Timber. The outgoing U.S. Mari
So long to a few of the remaining vestiges of democracy in Russia: He said he would propose legislation abolishing the election of local governors by popular vote. Instead, they would be nominated by
Mark Kleiman is the first person I’ve seen to make this rather crucial point: Wouldn’t it be astonishing if a major news organization turned out to have been as foolishly credulous about d