In which we revisit Rathergate, and the bad movie about to be made of it.
Hey, remember that stupid, incredibly ham-handed, and only-an-drooling-idiot-would-fall-for-it Rathergate scandal? Well, in case you were a teenager in 2004 and missed it… :pause: God preserve us, it really was a
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How The Healthcare.gov Implementation Got Lost
Maybe The Navigators Could Use One Of These 14 Let them alone: they be blind leaders of the blind. And if the blind lead the blind,
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Megan McArdle, fighting back, and the detractors of both.
Pejman Yousefzadeh reminded me today of this Megan McArdle column where she cataloged all the conventional wisdom of What Do We Do About Mass Shootings, and found all such wisdom
QotD, What’s Wrong With ‘Old-Fashioned?’ edition.
Megan McArdle, on GUESS WHO*? Call me old-fashioned, but I think that social sanction can be very helpful in assisting us in doing important but difficult things. Marriage is stronger
‘Real’ choices are for ‘real’ people, Megan. Not conservatives.
I’m moderately surprised that Megan McArdle doesn’t already know the answer to her implicit question here: Obviously, since I’m pro-choice, I think you can argue against abortion control in many
‘The Trillion Dollar Fix.’
R.S McCain summarizes Megan McArdle’s post about our current economic strategy in three words: “It won’t work.” Which is a fair assessment, both in Megan’s analysis and in her conclusions.
Elections have consequences: Megan McArdle edition.
Before we go any further, let me just note that my sympathies for the people in the video below is currently somewhere between “nil” and “whatever.” This is a blue-on-blue
Uninformed Opinions About The Credit Crisis
Megan McArdle advises Matt Taibbi to stop. And has some good advice for people who only tuned in to the financial world during the credit crisis:No one who did not