Maybe he wants to forget the Bush era as much as everybody else does.
Annals of Idiocy
Pussy Riot was arrested in Sochi today. Yes, you read that right.
"Stimulus" is still a bad word in Washington. It shouldn't be.
Why unrest persists in Suez but not in other parts of Egypt.
The work-life balance of public women has always been fair game for criticism, and it's getting old.
A Response to Myself
This weekend, the American and Russian hockey teams squared off against each other at the Sochi Olympics and, even if, like me, you're not a fan of the sport, it was an undeniably gripping match, one that ended only after a white-knuckle shootout. Thank god it wasn't an elimination round game, though, because there was that moment with five minutes left in the game and the score tied that the Russians seemed to score a goal and an American referee disallowed it.
Two new studies show college is still a great investment.
Just as it became unacceptable to fire some due to race, it became OK to boot them for organizing a union. Let's change that.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) last week issued its latest update on Obamacare enrollment, revealing that 3.3 million people had used the new on line marketplaces to select new insurance plans. But the data, as always, didn't include some key information. HHS didn't say, for example, how many of these people had coverage before—or, among the previously insured, what kind of coverage they had. HHS isn't trying to hide information. In most of these instances, it simply doesn't have the information, at least in a way it can reliably analyze.
After the recovery of missing Holocaust art from Munich, the papers have been full of breathless stories about the art's value. Is somebody missing the point?