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Meet Jonathan Dine, the Libertarian Who Could Swing the McCaskill-Akin Race
September 10, 2012
Jonathan Dine is a personal trainer / convicted felon who can bench 225 lbs. Oh, and his libertarian Senate campaign could help Todd Akin in Missouri.
This Should Be Obama’s Answer to ‘Are You Better Off?’
September 04, 2012
Why it's legitimate to ask whether Americans are better off, and how Obama should answer.
National Review, Race, And Me
August 29, 2012
I answer National Review's absurd claim that it's Democrats (including me!), not Republicans, who have introduced race into the 2012 campaign.
Romney’s Crocodile Tears for the Uninsured
August 27, 2012
Tired of reading about Romney health care distortions? I'm tired of writing about them. But he hasn't stopped, so neither have I.
God Asks Akin To Quit Race
August 22, 2012
God, making a rare appearance during the 2012 election cycle, urges Todd Akin to quit the Missouri Senate race.
How Bradley Manning Became a Gay Martyr
August 21, 2012
Why the gay community is divided over whether to celebrate Bradley Manning.
Political polarization has become an obstacle to economic growth because it is increasing uncertainty, and delaying new private sector investment and hiring. That’s the view emerging from the business community and—increasingly—from the economics profession. Earlier this month, in a front-page New York Times story, a number of CEOs gave voice to their fears about the fiscal cliff and the broader policy impasse in Congress. According to Vincent Reinhart, chief U.S.