‘The cemeteries of the world are full of indispensable men.” -General Charles de Gaulle
Hit or miss: The curious case of the fly etched into the urinal.
Are there any incentives for republicans to be bi-partisan? Not many, says this article.
The stupidity it kills me: the gang of 20 oppose the stimulus package for no reason at all
here is a more direct criticism of the so-called centrists
In real estate, they say everything is location, location, location. Well, when it comes to the big lie, everything is repetition, repetition, repetition: if you repeat it enough people will believe it – and so it is with the big lie that the New Deal was unsuccessful: here and here.
What’s playing in Peoria is the same as what’s playing in the Villagers’ Bubble Town.
Obama’s Republican Hit List: President Barack Obama won the districts of 46 congressional Republicans on Election Day. Has anyone noticed?
A series of articles on partisanship and party ideology:
Krugman says, stimulus bill compromise cuts muscle not the fat.
What we need is a BIG stimulus, bigger than what we have got so far.
The market case for nationalizing banks.
Real economists say: fiscal stimulus NOW.
Krugman on the destructive center.
Media maters asks, Does CNN’s John King think construction work is done pro bono?