From John Judis, currently operating out of Talking Points Memo: Bremer's economic program wasn't confined to selling off state enterprises. Bremer saw privatization as part of the broader conservative economic agenda.
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 consequences of.
Here's a pretty interesting post at Crooked Timber arguing that the European Parliament will make future EU-US relations sticky regardless of who wins the November election. Since the University of Washington.
First, read this post. Now, tell me what an Islamo-fascist is. I'm waiting. I don't have all day. . . Actually, that wasn't true. I do have all day. . ..
Sy Hersh and Tacitus take up the Iran-as-winner theme; you heard it here first. And in case you're wondering about the Iranian nukes: Iran Rebuked by UN Agency for Withholding Atom.
A couple months ago, the Washington Post had a story (which I can't find) about young applicants for Heritage Foundation internships finding themselves in the far more exciting field of.
Arthur Silber reminds us of another reason to resist the canonization of Ronald Reagan: his nomination of the truly appalling Robert Bork to the Supreme Court. To ponder what would.
Read this excellent essay on French torture in Algeria. You'll need to watch an ad in order to get to it. I've always been a little bit twitchy about torture; it.