The key to President Bush’s reelection: independent voters.
Rolling Stone‘s political coverage doesn’t rock, not even a little bit. With writers like Michael Moore, Stephen Glass – yes, that Stephen Glass – and Kevin Phillips, the magazine’s political coverage is increasingly lame and left-wing.
Short fiction appears to be in terminal decline. Most magazines shun it, or use it as marketing fodder to earn subscriptions. In the country that invented the short story, you now have to pay people to read it.
Virginia would seem to be a prime candidate for school-choice: It’s mostly Republican, is quite religious, and tends to support family-values public policies. So why does it fare so poorly at giving students and parents educational options?
Author Christopher Buckley on writing novels, handling Hollywood, and his latest effort, Florence of Arabia.
Zbigniew Brzezinski’s and John Lewis Gaddis’s latest books show what the Bush Administration gets right in its foreign policy.
An American conservative dodges punches from angry Swedes while setting up an alternative newspaper there.
Source: AFF Doublethink Online | Joseph Hammond
Source: AFF Doublethink Online | Andrew Stiles