IT’S ALL DOWNHILL FROM HERE:

IT’S ALL DOWNHILL FROM HERE: Mickey Kaus, Glenn Reynolds, and Josh Marshall linked to separate posts on this humble blog today. Let’s face it — I could write the modern-day equivalent of the Gettysburg Address over the next few weeks, and I’m not going to match my traffic count for today. UPDATE: In related news, ...

By , a professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and co-host of the Space the Nation podcast.

IT'S ALL DOWNHILL FROM HERE: Mickey Kaus, Glenn Reynolds, and Josh Marshall linked to separate posts on this humble blog today. Let's face it -- I could write the modern-day equivalent of the Gettysburg Address over the next few weeks, and I'm not going to match my traffic count for today. UPDATE: In related news, I've evolved from a slimy mollusk to a slithering reptile. Hmmmm..... slithering.

IT’S ALL DOWNHILL FROM HERE: Mickey Kaus, Glenn Reynolds, and Josh Marshall linked to separate posts on this humble blog today. Let’s face it — I could write the modern-day equivalent of the Gettysburg Address over the next few weeks, and I’m not going to match my traffic count for today. UPDATE: In related news, I’ve evolved from a slimy mollusk to a slithering reptile. Hmmmm….. slithering.

Daniel W. Drezner is a professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and co-host of the Space the Nation podcast. Twitter: @dandrezner

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