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Pre-Qualified

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On November 3, 2007
Publishing stuff like this, as well as stuff like Jamie Kirchick’s arguments with the strawmen in his head, seems relevant to questions about how much nepotism was involved in hiring the new editor. If Commentary was meant to be a serious, highbrow intellectual journal, then obviously the hire would be pretty much 100% nepotism. Given […]

But He Cares…

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On October 23, 2007

Via Jeffrey Lewis, John Bolton seems to care very much about the North Korea deal: Other top Bush administration officials, such as former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, have criticized Bush since

MoDo of the Atlantic

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On October 23, 2007
Shorter Caitlin Flanagan: The fact that Hillary Clinton gave her cat to another person who would care for it makes her evil. Said cat also had a massive impact on American politics. No, I’m serious. See also Thers; alas, I doubt we’ve heard the last of this idiocy. Verbatim Caitlin Flanagan: “I have little interest […]

Proving Too Much

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On October 22, 2007

You may have heard about this embrace of utter crackpottery from new social conservative darling Mike Huckabee: Speaking before a gathering of Christian conservative voters, GOP presidential hopeful M

Care To Make It Interesting?

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On October 22, 2007
Via Sam Boyd, I bring you this Kirchick Komedy Klassic: Earlier this week, I speculated in a bloggingheads with Jon Keller, political reporter for the Boston CBS affiliate and author of The Bluest State: How Democrats Created the Massachusetts Blueprint for American Political Disaster (which I reviewed here) that Massachusetts might go red if Rudy […]
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