A little Caterpillar told me

Yesterday, I emailed the CFLF crew and told them I’m cutting back on my blogging here mostly because of time constraints, but also because I want to take a broader look at the Obama administration to determine exactly what they’re doing.  Day to day blog commentary requires one steeping...

On Diversity, The New York Post, and Cartoons That Just Aren’t Funny, Man.

My partner-in-crime, Sarah Jaffe, is on deadly point re: cartoonist Sean Delonas and the now-infamous New York Post race fail: Eugene Robinson of the Washington Post said on MSNBC (at about 3:55 of the video) that the problem might’ve been caught if there was better diversity in the workplace. For example,...

Presenting Michelle Malkin’s Unintentionally Ironic Tweet of the Day

Michelle goes econ professor-cum-Milton Friedman fellater on us today with this tweet: Betrayal of fiscal conservatism has consequences: Please tell us Professor Malkin, what are those consequences?! Does the $10 trillion debt the Bush administration left us with lead to a global recession? Credit crunch?...

Not so fast

[This post ended up being pretty long, so grab a coffee.] Generally, I’m remiss to question the brilliant writing of Frank Rich, but his column this week erects political grave stones far too early for my tastes.  Concerning Obama’s victory on the stimulus bill, Rich says: The G.O.P. doesn’t...

The $5.4 trillion we’ll pay if the stimulus package doesn’t work

A major sticking point with the bailout discussion is cost. Republicans have blared endless about just how much a trillion dollars is — a stack of $100 totaling a trillion could reach Pluto or something, go around the globe at the equator eight zillion times, etc. One facet of the stimulus package...

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