Horse race reportage, part umpteen. Special Edition: Not Election Coverage I first spotted this tragic news at BBC, when there wasn’t yet anything world newsworthy about it, even from their own coverage […]
Chris Kirk of Slate published six puzzles that graphically demonstrate just how badly some states’ Congressional districts are gerrymandered to guarantee Congressional majorities and protect existing Representatives.
by Jane Briggs-Bunting GOP Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney emerged from an expensive and bruising campaign in Michigan, the state of his birth, with a narrow three percent victory over his current chief […]
The legendary Ernie Harwell, perhaps the greatest baseball announcer who ever lived, is dead at 92. Perhaps nothing ever written better encapsulates the sacred place of the national pastime in American life […]
It looks our old friends are up to their old games again. In Michigan: “The chairman of the Republican Party in Macomb County, Michigan, a key swing county in a key swing […]
In the beginning, God created heaven and earth and all the creatures and Man in his creation, and He saw His creation was going to be trouble in the 1800s. Then Man […]
Today it really starts. The Iowa caucuses are tonight, and by the end of the night of February 5, 2008, we’ll almost certainly know who the two next presidential candidates from the […]