President George W. Bush called last week’s inauguration address his “freedom speech.” Spreading liberty overseas is certainly a noble aspiration,
What? Say what? The president did what? Oh man, hey, that’s all good, baby. In these opening lines to the
It’s tempting for those of us who have recently lost an election to conclude that American voters are just stupid.
The “moral values” theory of how the Democrats lost in 2004 is a typical product of modern American punditry. It
The day after Senator Kerry conceded the election, George W. Bush shared some curious revelations about his advisers with reporters.
I can’t help feeling embarrassed for the president whenever he attacks John Kerry on the “mentality” issue. And I don’t
I asked Paul Krugman, a Princeton economist, what he thought about the widespread perception that his colleagues are an incorrigibly
Not only has President Bush made a wreck of Iraq; he’s now come out with yet another attempted rationalization for
Bush and Kerry are working hard to drum up support, but neither, to date, has received any letters written in
Paul Bremer’s past life came back to haunt him last Sunday. On February 26, 2001, after chairing the Clinton-appointed National
It was a lively week for wrestling and politics. Last Friday, visiting KSG Fellow Jesse “The Body” Ventura publicly mulled
What did the president know, and when did he know it? Oh, and what did he do to stop it?
While Americans don their green today, the Bush administration is engaging in its favorite St. Patrick’s Day tradition: incurring the
The 2004 general presidential race has not yet formally begun, and I’m already bored with the debate on economic policy.
Pizza and Human Values Imagine the entire world represented by ten people standing in line in the Leverett dining hall,