Daily Archive: June 7, 2012

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It’s a Mad, Mad World

Since E.D. has pointed us toward Acculturated today, I figured I might point you toward its take on recent Mad Men developments, focusing on the question of what can give us happiness. I only want to...

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Conservatives, pop culture, and the language of the right

So an old post at my now-basically-defunct solo politics blog about conservatives and pop culture has accidentally sparked off a pretty interesting symposium at Acculturated – a conservative blog about pop culture and society. There’s...

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Out Of The Jungle

As a follow-up to my post two weeks ago about California’s jungle primary, the winners, moving on to a run-off, are incumbent Dianne Feinstein and Elizabeth Emken, the spokesperson for Autisim Speaks who earned...

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Why Yes, I Do Love Life

Dramatis personae: Blaise PASCAL, no relation to present company. VOLTAIRE Louis PASTEUR A GRANDMA, who lived to a ripe old age. A HIPSTER, who died before her time. Setting: On the Islands of the...

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Economic Development Subsidies

I stumbled across an old piece from the Drum Major Institute which discusses the problem of billions of dollars in incentives being given to companies in return for locating within a state and the small amount...

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Fiction from Christopher Carr.

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