Tbogg and Attaturk do some good work taking John Tierney’s latest apart, but I don’t think they go quite far enough. Let’s forget, for a moment, that John Tierney is.
I'm not the sort that reads Powerline with any regularity, but this caught my attention:It's great to see someone standing up for colonialism, especially British colonialism. I agree wholeheartedly with.
Shorter Stanley Kurtz: "The fact that anti-feminist screeds that are given massive amounts of coverage in major media organs sell bubkes proves that feminism is only found among 'elites'."
I had particular reason to be grateful this Mother's Day, as for my birthday my parents bought me a ninth-row center seat to the Broadway revival of that heartwarming pean.
I rarely have much to say about discussions of "populism," partly because it's never entirely clear what the content of such a politics would look like, and the historical antecedents.
Outsourced to Echidne and Prof. B.Also, congratulations to whoever was our 100,000th reader, and many thanks to everyone who takes the time to look us up. There wouldn't be much.
Social Security ain't the only evil FDR brought to the world:Second-guessing Franklin D. Roosevelt,President Bush said Saturday the United States played a role in Europe's painful division after World War.
Microsoft decides to back gay-rights billCapping a two-week brouhaha over Microsoft's fluid position on a state gay-rights bill, Chief Executive Steve Ballmer yesterday reversed course and said the company will.