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Mallard Fillmore, that’s who. Well, I should say, actually: Who loves to attribute the ad baculum? This seems a very strange sort piece of communication, one that were it actually true or believed to be true, wouldn’t actually be performed … Continue reading →
Chicago's Cardinal Francis George is not the master of analogies by any stretch. Recently, when a persecuted minority wanted to walk by one his churches on a Sunday, they were "Nazis." Now, if someone requires that Health Insurers Provide a … Continue reading →
So many interesting things happened while I was away. Here's one (via TPM). First, William Cronon, a professor of history at UW Madison, started a blog and wrote an op-ed critical of the Wisconsin governor's drive to end collective bargaining for … Continue reading →