Day: February 20, 2006

Scalia Thinks I’m An Idiot

Scalia criticized those who believe in what he called the “living Constitution.” “That’s the argument of flexibility and it goes something like this: The Constitution is over 200 years old and societies change. It has to change with society, like…

Cripes. Who Does This?

Radio Shack’s CEO recently resigned, and it turns out his resume was faked. Kinda like that of George Deutsch III, the political appointee to a NASA public-affairs position who was responsible for suppressing global-warming findings. Neither the Radio Shack CEO…

Categorizing Race in the Bookstore

Jeff has an interesting post up about how bookstores tend to place any book written by an African-American author in the “African-American interest” section, even if the book has nothing to do with race or identity at all. And remarkably,…

After Neoconservatism

A must-read article by Frances Fukuyama on the legacy of neoconservatism, and how it’s left the world much worse off. As we approach the third anniversary of the onset of the Iraq war, it seems very unlikely that history will…