Month: February 25, 2007

Feb 25,2007

Harvard’s Madame President, Fit to Season

In the May-June 2003 issue of Harvard magazine, Drew Gilpin Faust wrote an article titled “Living History,” detailing her personal investigation into a letter she wrote to President Eisenhower as a nine-year-old...

Feb 25,2007

Ban Lawmaking, Not Spanking

Congress has been out of session for a week, and I feel better already. It doesn’t matter which party is in power — late at night, when I stroll home...

Feb 20,2007

Haiku Brew: Presidential Surge Edition

PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES 1.) What does he stand for? Maybe just a pretty face But he’s bright and clean. 2.) Like Hillarycare? She’s “Chavez in a pantsuit.” Your business is next....

Feb 18,2007

Haiku Brew: Astronauts and Leaks

Have my wig, my love, My plan, a full tank of gas. Now for the diapers. — AEM Lady astronaut Drives to Florida, diapered Pooping all the way Scooter Libby’s...

Feb 18,2007

Inequality Builds Character

Everywhere you turn, people are talking about income inequality. New York Times columnist Paul Krugman has turned into a one-trick pony, fretting about “the rise of a narrow oligarchy” twice each...

Feb 18,2007

Microsoft and Google vs. Big Business

Any time someone tells you that one side of a policy debate favors "big business" and the other side favors "consumers," you are probably being lied to.