Friday, April 19, 2013


It's basically a rerun, but over at PP today I argued that, yes, political responses to things such as the Boston bombings are not only justified, but actually quite patriotic.

Yesterday, I poked at Boehner a bit, saying that his current position on budget procedures is the correct one.

And earlier, I reacted to the demise of the gun bill and talked about what comes next, and had a companion piece on how the gun fight might (or might not) lead to Senate reform.

That's it for now. With any luck, I'll have a baseball post later, and there's plenty more Watergate to come. I don't know about you all, but I'll be happy to get my focus onto baseball over the weekend.

1 comment:

  1. The Plain Blog view?:

    1)There is to be no time or area of life to exempt from politics. Nothing is to be fixed; it's argument combined with state action without end.
    2)Per links to Yglesias, etc., there is to be no real constraint on immigration.
    3)Voting based on race and ethnicity is GOOD.

    Which Americans is this arrangement supposed to benefit?


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