A logical endorsement

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Given the paucity of options for principled reactionaries, the editors of The American Conservative gave individual endorsements rather than a collective one. (Remarkable times; even Marty Peretz didn't insist on writing a separate endorsement for Bush when his editors supported Kerry.) The most perceptive comes from Justin Raimondo,...

BtVS and Foreign Policy

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It has been duly noted that John Kerry recently received the influential and crucial endorsement of Joss Whedon (a moment of silence, please, for Jonah Goldberg, as his "conservatism is ascendent.

Faux Pas

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People who let their cell phones ring during a movie? Scum. Students who let their cell phones ring during class? Slime. A Lecturer who lets his cell phone ring while showing "The Manchurian Candidate" to his American Foreign Policy class? Misunderstood.

Choketacular!

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After the first set of arguments in Brown v. Board of Education, the segregationist Chief Justice Fred Vinson (who voted for upholding Plessy) suddenly passed away. Justice Felix Frankfurter told one of his clerks that "this is the first indiciation I've ever had that there is a God."...

Money Quote

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Giovanni Sartori, in the October 2004 issue of PS: Political Science and Politics: Where is political science going? In the argument that I have offered here, American-type political science (to be.

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