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Before Obama's enemies came down on him he was catching it from his friends
enemies. The first wave was not. Many of those critics might loosely be described as troubled friends. Jack Goldsmith in the New Republic, on drone warfare: "For official secrecy abroad to work, the secrets must be kept at home as well. In speeches, interviews, from Chicago Reader Read more »
Food: How to Prepare a Possum: 19th Century Cuisine in Austin
to hunt buffalo in the area, leading him to observe that the Colorado River Valley was the perfect "seat of empire" for the new Republic of Texas, of which he was then vice-president. A year later, the newly elected President Lamar oversaw the founding of from The Austin Chronicle Read more »
Great Moments in Self-Refutation
using that claim as a line of attack, like they’d hoped. There was a good long period where Kinsley was the one person at The New Republic who would push back against the faux even-handed bullshit contrarianism. He did his best to refute McCaughey’s attack from Lawyers, Guns and Money Read more »
The US Economy Is Overdosing On Spinach
a new piece up at The New Republic, pundit Michael Kinsley defends the austerity crowd, the people who have been incorrectly arguing that spending cuts and deficit reduction should be a major priority for the economy. Kinsley ends his piece with this shot from The Business Insider Read more »
The New Republic: Hey, didn’t Tea Parties kinda bring this on themselves by trying really hard to follow the law?
The IRS itself admitted wrongdoing, and President Obama declared today, “it should not matter what political stripe you’re from — the fact of the matter is, is that the IRS has to operate with absolute integrity.” But that doesn’t mean there’s no one willi from Hot Air Read more »