Not as funny as the law school bit, but just as accurate: Via.
All your Bloggingheads are belong to us now.
Alex Parets live-blogged yesterday's ISA panel on blogging, policy, and the political science discipline. Check it out. I should further note the blogs of the various questioners and participants, including.
In about an hour, Charli and I will sit on a roundtable titled "Do International Relations Blogs Inform Practice? Theory? Both? Neither?" with Stephen Walt, Dan Drezner, William Winecoff, and.
In response to Jeff Rosen's recent argument that Elena Kagan blew it at the recent oral arguments on a campaign finance case, Yglesias argues that oral arguments at the Supreme.
The possibility that McCain's choice of Palin really did significantly affect the 2008 elections is one I find genuinely fascinating. The question is obviously a good example of the fact.
Bob Somerby, responding to CNN's exit polls:It’s hard to believe that those data are accurate. Did four percent of last week’s voters really vote for someone other than Bush or.
Ahem.... I guess that I've always been mildly curious about how often this goes on. In eleven years of teaching, I have never been solicited once, nor (and you'll have.