Slate sanctimoniously savages Suskind’s salacious stories.
(via @jaketapper) The ironies abound in this passage from Jacob Weisberg’s rhetorical roundhouse kick to Ron Suskind’s face: The most famous thing Suskind wrote about the Bush administration was a
The Death Of Libertarianism?
Richard Epstein thinks not. Jacob Weisberg should take a gander at the Epstein op-ed, but since Weisberg is more intent on making an ideological point than he is on actual
Kudos to David Boaz for noting an editorial that points out that “the problem with the U.S. economy, more than lack of regulation, has been government’s failure to control systemic