Whenever someone starts off with a flattering portion of over-the-top encomiums, it's a sure sign the other shoe is about to drop with a "thud." And so it is with What's the Matter with Kansas? author Thomas Frank who begins his take-down of Paul Krugman on
In the huge pile of efforts to analyze the Republican victory in the midterm elections, there has been a marked tendency to credit the success of the centrist Republican leadership in bringing the Tea Party under control.
I have seen a good bit of material on the feminist critique of the way that women are depicted in video games and the violence that is directed against them in those fantasies. It appears that some of the enthusiasts want to carry it over into real life,
Helluva premier. Spread out over 200, maybe 250 theaters across the country. "Rosewater" tells the story of Maziar Bahari, an Iranian working for Newsweek who was arrested in Iran while covering the 2009 elections.
We have seen it over and over again. Schools and the communities where they are located actively conspire to protect football players from legal investigation and prosecution. We saw it at Penn State. We saw it at Stubenville High School.