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In my Sunday column, I write about William Voegeli’s new book “The Pity Party” and why compassion makes a poor basis for political schemes.
In my other Sunday column: How minor bureaucrats spend our money on their own self-aggrandizement.
Why cameraphones are our latest weapon against the abuse of authorities. More in my Sunday column.
Partisanship can warp your view of reality. More in my Sunday column.
Just a prediction. More in my Sunday column.
Younger adults vote Democratic. But in some of their poll responses, they sound an awful lot like Republicans. More in my Sunday column.
How are they getting away with it? Don’t miss our photo illustration of Lois Lerner! More in my Sunday column.
An expert says yes.
The progressive project has moved into its punish-all-doubters phase. Or maybe it’s all just a coincidence. More in my Sunday column.
It means one thing to you, one thing to me, something else to somebody else….it means whatever you want it to mean! That’s how Stephen Breyer thinks, anyway, as he revealed in a discussion of Proust. I have an op-ed about it in today’s Post.« Previous Entries