The group blog of The New Republic
May 22, 2007
May 21, 2007
Larry Flynt's explanation of how he became best buddies with Jerry Falwell is every bit as entertaining as you'd expect it to be.
Republican Duncan Hunter makes a bid for the '50s-nostalgia vote by kicking off a South Carolina bus tour--the "Right Stuff Express"--with General Chuck Yeager, who broke the sound barrier in 1947 and who became the romantic ideal for swaggering pilots everywhere. On his website, read Yeager touting Hunter and his sweet new Caterpillar.
Michael Novak on two habits of atheists:
The first is to make fun of believers on every matter possible, even when that requires outrageous misstatements of fact and employs such clumsy logic as they would mock in others. The second is to generate as many incoherencies in the faith of believers as their fertile minds can make up.
Michael Novak, a few sentences earlier:
When Hillary announces her winner, we'll announce ours. You can submit late entries here.