Tweet It wasn’t until I crossed the political Rubicon that I started appreciating the irony of the intro to so many PBS and NPR shows. Turn on Masterpiece Theater and a measured male voice announces, “This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American [...]
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Tweet Three of my favorite writers had a few last words on the debate. To begin with, Ace looks at the desperate and foolish excuses Obama’s fans are offering to explain his performance. (Just as an FYI, I heard two from people I actually know. The first assured me that it was the altitude that [...]
Tweet In no particular order: Listen to Richard Epstein and John Yoo explain why ObamaCare is a more heinous government policy than any ever before imposed on the American people. Pay special attention to Richard Epstein’s point about the dangers lurking in rule by waiver, which is antithetical to rule by law. (This is in [...]
Tweet The other day, I asked you to respond to the poll because we individualists (my new, Century-appropriate name for conservatives) didn’t want it to be one-sided (as in limited only to liberal, or statist, PBS viewers). It turns out that the PBS viewers are also worried about the outcome. That’s why I got this [...]