Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Read Stuff, You Should

Happy Birthday to Paul Krugman, 59, blogger, columnist, and, oh yeah, a pretty good economist, from what I understand.

1. Fascinating reporting on Rick Santorum's college days, by Molly Redden.

2. Dana Goldstein on Santorum, Barack Obama, and vocational education.

3. Where did Santorum get his take on JFK? Sarah Posner explains. See also a good Ed Kilgore post.

4. David Frum really, really didn't like Mitt Romney's Detroit speech -- the substance, that is.

5. And an outstanding AP story, by Malcolm Ritter, about voters in primary elections.

1 comment:

  1. Another reading. David Brooks attempts to shift his party's discussion about its future:
    "Leaders of a party are supposed to educate the party, to police against its worst indulgences, to guard against insular information loops. They’re supposed to define a creed [perhaps not the optimal word choice? or all too telling a choice...] and establish boundaries. Republican leaders haven’t done that."


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