What We’re Reading
Carolyn O’Hara America’s Anchors, by Maureen Dowd, Rolling Stone – Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert give the Times columnist a dose of truthiness. Someone please send me a Stewart/Colbert ’08 T-shirt. Neo Culpa, by David Rose, Vanityfair.com – Neocons play the blame game. YouTube? It’s So Yesterday, By Zephyr Teachout and Tim Wu, Washington Post ...
America’s Anchors, by Maureen Dowd, Rolling Stone – Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert give the Times columnist a dose of truthiness. Someone please send me a Stewart/Colbert ’08 T-shirt.
- Neo Culpa, by David Rose, Vanityfair.com – Neocons play the blame game.
- YouTube? It’s So Yesterday, By Zephyr Teachout and Tim Wu, Washington Post – Technology in future elections will do much more than put the latest campaign spots at your fingertips. Get ready for Politics 2.0.
- Field of Dreamers, by Craig Crawford, Congressional Quarterly (subscription only)
- Count to Six, by Kirk Victor, National Journal
- Time for Rumsfeld to Go, Editorial, Army Times
- WaPo’s new, expanded World section A stand-alone section with feature stories from some of the Post‘s foreign correspondents
- Empire Falls, by Niall Ferguson, Vanity Fair – Ferguson argues that the relative power of the West has declined because of the rise of Asia.
- Time for Us to Go, Washington Monthly – Several prominent conservatives, including Christopher Buckley and Bruce Bartlett, argue that the GOP has overstayed its welcome in congress.
- After the Amnesty: 20 Years Later, by – Twenty years after the most significant U.S. immigration measure to date, the Monitor catches up with six of the immigrants granted amnesty through that bill.
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