Death of print (part 1)

This morning I happened to watch President-elect Barack Obama appoint his latest round of officials on CNBC. As Obama named current Financial Industry Regulatory Authority CEO Mary Schapiro to head

Sed contra

Sed contra

Wading into Joe Carter and Conor Friedersdorf’s dustup on gay marriage, Andrew Sullivan writes that “there is no conflict whatever between religious liberty and civil same-sex marriage. . . .

Van Sant’s Redemption

Gus Van Sant’s Milk, which was screened to early audiences in late November, had been preceded by months, and even years, of heightened anticipation—well before the storm clouds of the

On interventionism, or squaring the circle

Mr. Yglesias spends some time doing what bloggers do, which is to say needlessly agonizing over large-scale questions like military interventionism. He declares the public conversation on preventing genocide in

She’s gone from suck to blow!

Via Andrew comes this short video giving a graphical representation of immigration to the U.S. from 1820-2007. There are all sorts of nits to pick with the data, no doubt,

Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood

Oscar season is upon us, hence the slightly less than routine posting. But I did want to pass these little nuggets from Clint Eastwood in the latest Esquire along: We