Category Archives: confused conservatives

defining your own reality

At the Washington Post, Jennifer Rubin has a post on the “Ten things that happen if the Boehner bill gets through“. It’s an astonishing exercise in current Republican thought: the theories of Conservatism (tax cuts = good, government = bad) … Continue reading

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but research is so HARD

Another one from Instapundit Glenn Reynolds: Under the heading “HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: U.S. History, as taught at Bowdoin“, Reynolds linked to this article which cites a recent article in the Claremont Review of Books bemoaning the state of the … Continue reading

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the unserious serious man

Last week, the interwebs were abuzz with conservatives falling over themselves to praise the “seriousness” of Rep. Paul Ryan’s “Path to Prosperity“. David Brooks, writing the morning of its release said that it would “set the standard of seriousness for … Continue reading

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no mandates, ctd.

I posted yesterday about the Montana legislature’s attempts to repeal a law requiring landlords to install carbon monoxide detectors, based on a story by Noah Kristula-Green posted on FrumForum. Today, Kristula-Green has posted an update of the responses he received … Continue reading

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no mandates, except on the most private of issues

I read this article on FrumForum today about the Wyoming Legislature’s attempt to repeal a law requiring landlords to install Carbon Monoxide detectors. When FrumForum contacted the author of the bill, Representative Wayne Stahl (R) asking about the justification for … Continue reading

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