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Monthly Archives: February 2016
Liberals love to sound the alarums about the “religious right” and its influence over the Republican Party. For a few decades now, since the election of Ronald Reagan in 1980, Democrats and liberals have used evangelical Xians and other conservative … Continue reading
It’s been a full month without Ginsberg today, and I still see him everywhere, often with Kelsey, like I have since the day he rescued me. It’s like the day I took him to see ice. His water bowl … Continue reading
Since Nino Scalia’s demise on Saturday, the Republicans have been adamant that Barack Obama should not nominate someone to succeed him, and that if he did they would simply not hold hearings for the candidate, thus leaving the seat open … Continue reading
It’s not surprising that the GOP senate and candidates for president are demanding that Obama forestall appointing a successor for Antonin Scalia’s seat on the Supreme Court. Increasingly the court has been the most important line of defense in protecting … Continue reading
After Carly Fiorino took a swipe at Hillary Clinton’s record in a debate last fall–“if you want to stump a Democrat, ask them [sic] to name an accomplishment of Hillary Clinton”–Politico asked about 20 well-known Democrats to give their opinions … Continue reading
George Kennan is one of the more important diplomats (and scholars) in the history of U.S. foreign relations. Best known as the “father” of the Cold War policy of “containment,” Kennan was the ultimate “cold warrior” of the immediate postwar … Continue reading