Eric Florack on October 27th, 2009

Over at Reason this morning,  Peter Suderman suggests something …(Link repaired….Editor) … that I”ve been slowly coming around to, myself. He looks at the on again / off again agreement between the White House and the Democrats in Congress, on what is or is not supportable in a government run ‘option’. (We both know in […]

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Eric Florack on July 16th, 2009

This morning, James Joyner speaks to… and quotes… a Ezra Klien article: Since obesity has somehow become our unofficial theme this morning, I’d be remiss not to mention Ezra Klein‘s observations about trying to eat healthy at Cheesecake Factory. On first glance, I would have figure the salmon for the lightest entree, followed by the chicken […]

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So, Ezra Klien is miffed that the New York Times didn’t write a hit peice on Limbaugh?  Ask me again why I’m ever more unimpressed by Klien. At some point, someone’s going to make mention of the idea that both Obama and McCain are tracking to the right. Apparently, my original perception was correct; the […]

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