Don't let the bums who killed Hillary's plan playthe same tricks all over again.
Michael Kinsley is a columnist for the Washington Post. He was founding editor of Slate. He has been editor of The New Republic and Harper's, editorial and opinion editor of the Los Angeles Times, American editor of The Economist, and managing editor of the Washington Monthly . He has written for numerous publications including the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, the New Yorker, and Condé Nast Traveler. For six years he was co-host of CNN’s Crossfire.
Ross Douthat, the conservative pundit, was just named a columnist at the New York Times op-ed page. Now, if only he'd listen to the point about stem cells and IVF.
Just because two sides disagree over the issue of stem-cell research doesn’t mean both arguments should be given equal weight.
When Joe slipped up this week, he was falling into one of the oldest political traps.
“Small business” and the absurdity of subsidizing it—a serious issue arising from Joe the Plumber.
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