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In last week's New York Times , David Brooks suggested that for people who are not parents there are "no grand designs..., no high ambitions. Politics becomes insignificant. Even words like justice lose meaning."
The Salt Exchange experiments with food
| August 07, 2009
With friends like these
Warren Harding was obviously not one of our greatest presidents. But during his little more than two years in the White House, he did offer some shrewd insights into life at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Obama should worry less about befriending the GOP and more about keeping his own party in line
| February 05, 2009
Revenge of the nerds
Barack Obama's new administration has been characterized many ways — as a return to liberalism, a Chicago Mafia, and the harbinger of a new age.
For the first time since JFK, 'the best and the brightest' are back in the White House. Will Ivy-League intellect be enough to set the country straight?
| January 21, 2009
Obama's dinner with the wimpy (?) right
Until I read this Michael Wolff piece, I hadn't known that Barack Obama recently sat down to dinner ...
| January 14, 2009
Is John McCain crazy?
There is something not quite right about John McCain.
Or is he merely disturbed? Plus, local congressmen who screwed up the bailout.
| October 02, 2008
The Kristol method
Journalistic atrocity or savvy hire?
Why is a Murdoch man working for the competition
| January 09, 2008
There may be nothing new under the sun, but the permutations sure can surprise and delight in our postmodern age of appropriation.
Kubuki meets punk rock at Perishable
| April 25, 2007
Presidential toteboard: why the odds favor Obama
When Barack Obama announced his presidential candidacy, there was some wild speculation that Obama might not receive a large share of the black vote.
Black vote + uncommon charisma = quantifiable advantage
| March 14, 2007
One thing that’s sure to happen in the coming year is that people will make erroneous predictions about what will happen in the coming year.
Coming in 2007: More tech, more fear, less Paris, and some time travel
| December 29, 2006
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