Michael Graham seems genuinely puzzled that so many Massachusetts voters–even conservatives–don’t like Mitt Romney. I don’t have empirical data, but the anecdotal is overwhelming: Mitt Romney hurt Massachusetts’ feelings. He came, he won, he left to run for president. As juvenile as it may sound, quite a few Massachusetts folks act like a jilted bride… Continue reading
Brady/Moss ’08. Yep. That’s the ticket for me.
John Ellis makes a good point in the aftermath of the Florida primary: Speaking of Mickey Kaus. He used to have a feature known as “Mickey’s Assignment Desk.” The idea was that he would throw out subjects that required further investigation but that he was not inclined to investigate himself. And then he would assign… Continue reading
Google Earth + PhotoShop = … inspiration. Pretty cool.
Edward J. Oakes, S.J. takes stock of the ‘new’ atheists: In the ancient world, Epicurus scored belief in the gods for its fear-mongering; in the modern world, Enlightened and Marxist philosophers attacked religious belief for the opposite failing: for its attempt to extinguish an accessible and realizable happiness in the “real” world in favor of… Continue reading