Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Bad Mojo of Voodoo Economics and the Failure of Theocratic Politics

David Brooks, a rare breed of thoughtful conservative, recently wrote in a New York Times op-ed piece: Some people blame bad campaign managers for Romney’s underperforming campaign, but the problem is deeper. Conservatism has lost the balance between economic and … Continue reading »

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The Conundrum of the Pendulum

George Will, on ABC’s “This Week,” correctly refuted the Romney campaign claim that the Middle East riots would not have happened if Romney were president. But one wonders why Will still has a national voice. He used to be the … Continue reading »

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But Officer, You’ve Got the Wrong Guy

As I watch from the sidelines I keep waiting for the big news about Lance Armstrong to be discussed somewhere in the primary news story about his capitulation. An important component of the story is deeply troubling, but unexplored, no … Continue reading »

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