Invade Burma?

Rod Dreher says no, Andrew Sullivan says yes, and Rich Lowry’s source explains why it’ll never happen. Gotta say: I’m with Rod on this one. Somalia was a giant CF,

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53%

53%

According to exit polls, that’s the percentage of West Virginia voters in a Democratic primary that would support Barack Obama over John McCain. From Fox News: Both Clinton and Obama

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Cognitive Dissonance

Much like James, I find those who traffic in psycho-babble kind of annoying. But is there a more succinct way to describe this line of thinking? “Why set aside money

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Street Art

Street Art

I’m pretty ambivalent when it comes to street art and the damage to public/private property it causes–I thought Borf got off easy–but this is pretty awe-inspiring. MUTO a wall-painted animation

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Who's That Other?

Apropos of (as Sonny’s mentioned) Newsweek’s claim that Obama faces an attack campaign portraying him as “the Other,” I ought to mention what a pet peeve it is to talk

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A Thought Experiment

Last Thursday, Michael Goldfarb wrote that the United States should not alter its policy if said policy increases the appeal of al Qaeda to the Muslim masses. Matthew Yglesias is

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"Amateur" Athletes

It’s kind of a slow news day (Newsweek slimes the GOP, inducing a yawn; Clinton to win huge in Reagan Dem-heavy states tomorrow, inducing a second), but I have to

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Obamaweek

Obamaweek

In general, I find it hard to get worked up when conservatives charge the media with liberal bias. I know a ton of journalists, and though they’re almost all Democrats

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The Niche That Won't Shtick

Over at The American Scene, Matt Frost is undoubtedly right to question and even ridicule supposed experts about ‘Millennials’ — that latest incarnation of the Pepsi generation who are supposed

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