I wrote about Kathleen Parker and Eliot Spitzer...
That afternoon, in between taping sessions of their final show, Parker, Spitzer, and staff were in her office on the fourth floor of the Time Warner tower in midtown Manhattan. Parker said her good-byes, and as most of the group went back upstairs to the set, Spitzer lingered. The co-hosts were alone. The early, giddy days of their collaboration were four long months in the past. You’re a...
A wake-up call’s mother is unfolding. At the other end is a bell, which is...– Yesterday’s Tom Friedman column edited down to nothing but mixed metaphors and cliches. (via thenewrepublic)
Talk Like an Egyptian →
New Arizona Bill Would Require Schools to Report... →
Conservative lawmakers in the Arizona legislature made national headlines last week for a slew of draconian and potentially unconstitutional immigration bills. It turns out, however, that those measures were just the beginning of a bigger campaign.
An All-Out Assault on Immigration →
How did the Arizona legislature become such a hothouse of extreme legislation?
Gripes of Wrath →
At CPAC, anti-immigration sentiment gets ugly.
A literary glass ceiling? Why magazines aren't... →