January 21, 2018

Archives for November 2011

The AEI Foreign Policy Debate: Grading the Candidates.

This pretty much sums up how the candidates did…and I’m too tired to write up my own thoughts. Tonight, at least. No promises about tomorrow: [blackbirdpie url=”http://twitter.com/#!/brodigan/status/139177383029776385″]   Also, find my Twitter feed on the debate here.

In (plenty of) time for Christmas, go get an Occupy t-shirt.

Just in time for Black Friday, Despair, Inc brings you the perfect t-shirt for the Occupier on your Christmas list.: Go get it from Despair,Inc.

Corporations are people, too

[This guest post is by Benjamin Lusty, an attorney and an occasional contributor to Publius Online. The opinions are his own.] ______________________________________________________________ Among the flotsam and jetsam of misguided political ideas and non sequiturs that washed ashore on the nation’s consciousness after the wreck of Occupy Wall Street is the previously obscure movement to end corporate […]

WRR: La Puente

I don’t know what “La Puente” means in English, and, frankly, I don’t care. (OK, yes, I do. I looked it up. It’s Spanish for “the bridge.” So there.) What I do care about is this: when you ask for a recommendation for lunch on Twitter, and @robertgehrke tells you to go to La Puente, you […]

WRR: Benja Thai & Sushi

It may look like cherry picking to take a recommendation for the best restaurant in St. George, order take out, and then write a raving review about it, but that’s only because cherry picking is what you do when you have a three-year old making mayhem from her car seat and a four-month old making […]

The Conservatives’ Challenge on Economic Inequality

[This is the first in a set of pieces by Benjamin Lusty, lawyer and an occasional contributor to Publius Online, on the topic of economic inequality] ______________________________________________________________ Americans tend not to wage class war.  The rugged individual within us celebrates economic success.  True, we loathe profit by malfeasance, but we do not begrudge those who prosper […]

Seven weeks to go…which will you vote for?

                      [Justin Hart at Red State]