To expand on the arguments made by Erik and a couple commenters, I had a schizophrenic reaction to Diane Ravitch's essay on Arne Duncan. I'm inclined to think that her.
Of course not. To amplify Matt's response to Althouse's silly dodging and weaving about Paul merely wanting to "divert the matter to the state courts," let's consider the content of.
James Joyner makes a valiant but inherently doomed attempt to defend people who have lionized the Tea Party and the Republican opposition to health care, but have now discovered that.
LizardBreath on the upcoming celebrations of treason in defense of slavery that are trying to leave out the slavery part: I think what gets to me is the Orwellian nature.
Dave's post on Confederate nostalgia premised on an imaginary commitment to "States' Rights" reminds me that one reason why John Marshall Harlan's dissent in the Civil Rights Cases is one.
Mike Huckabee:And you also have states that not only practice abortion, but if Roe v. Wade is overturned, we haven’t won the battle. All we’ve done is now we’ve created.
Ramesh Ponnuru objects to my post about Ron Paul and abortion, but fails to address most of the points. To respond to each of his arguments in turn:Ponnuru calls my.
Ramesh Ponnuru makes an interesting point about Ron Paul: "What strikes me is what a throwback Paul is among libertarians. Hard money and anti-interventionism move him, but he seems utterly.