It’s the Most Onionful Time of the Year


Jason Kuznicki

Jason Kuznicki is a research fellow at the Cato Institute and contributor of Cato Unbound. He's on twitter as JasonKuznicki. His interests include political theory and history.

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  1. Avatar Michael Drew says:

    This is something I’ve been meaning to say for a while now, but iTunesU is the Awesome. If you haven’t perused the selection of full-course series of lectures from top institutions available there, (utterly free!) it’s high time you did. I recommend Jack Balkin of Stanford on Revolutionary America, David Blight of Yale on the Civil War, and John Merriman of Yale on European History. That’s literally a drop in the bucket, though. It’s insane.Report

  2. This weekend is my college’s “Reunions,” a sort of massive three-day party that brings together coeds and fogeys. Lots of old friends. Maybe some new ones. Good times all round.Report

  3. Here’s a question I’ve wanted to have answered for a while. How, if at all, has Sarah Palin influenced the way women (or men) dress/do their hair/shop for glasses? Isn’t there a WaPo style section article here? Did I somehow miss it?Report

  4. Avatar Jaybird says:

    My internal debate involves whether I should purchase Red Dead Redemption.Report

  5. I saw Bon Jovi last night in the new Meadowlands after my wife won a pair of tickets. Yeah, they’re not the world’s most talented and creative musicians, but dammit all if it wasn’t a blast from beginning to end. What was weird was that throughout the concert I repeatedly alternated between feeling old and feeling like a kid again.

    I could do without the $9.75 price tag for beer, though.Report