It Takes A Liberal

It Takes A Liberal

Sadly, it takes a liberal—Matt Yglesias, one of the most consistently interesting...

Are the Humanities Useful?

Are the Humanities Useful?

Stanley Fish is a strange bird. After spending most of his career wrecking the...

Paul Pulverizes Giuliani

Paul Pulverizes Giuliani

The Ron Paul campaign has faced its first test in Iowa. Score: B-minus. The hope was...

The President’s Mistress

The President’s Mistress

I’m watching Tim Russert rip Rudy apart on “Meet the Press”: during the course of an...

Teddy Kennedy’s Still Swimming in the Stuff

Teddy Kennedy’s Still Swimming in the Stuff

Hold the presses. Teddy Kennedy has just signed a contract with John Karp, the...

Vatican Threatens “Massive Retaliation”

Vatican Threatens “Massive Retaliation”

There was tension behind the scenes here in Rome throughout Holy Week, as Vatican...

CPAC Submits Gracefully

CPAC Submits Gracefully

In his “endorsement” of John McCain this afternoon, Sen. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma...

Fear of the Smear

Fear of the Smear

I’ve said it before and will say it again: Fear of the smear is the Israeli lobby’s...

A Candidate in Search of a Catastrophe

A Candidate in Search of a Catastrophe

There once was a time when presidential candidate Rudolph Giuliani led the Republican...

Friday Evening Cyber-Stroll

Friday Evening Cyber-Stroll

Here‘s David Weigel, speculating about Ron Paul running as a third-party...

Conservatism

Free Babar Ahmad!

Free Babar Ahmad!

Well, no, not really.  Babar Ahmad is a British Muslim who ran jihadist websites that...

The VPs from Hell

The VPs from Hell

While rumors of a “Vice President Condi” are afloat, Philip Giraldi informs us that...

A Response to Dan Larison

A Response to Dan Larison

Although I am second to none in my respect for Dan Larison as a political commentator,...

Dawn With Doris

Dawn With Doris

Do we really have to look at Doris Kearns Goodwin on Meet the Press so early in the...

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