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  • David Nolan dies at 66; founder of the Libertarian Party

    David Nolan dies at 66; founder of the Libertarian Party
    David F. Nolan, whose disgruntlement with conventional politics — especially President Nixon's imposition of wage and price controls in 1971 — drove him to launch the Libertarian Party with a small group of friends, has died. He was 66. Nolan...
  • Saul, folks

     
    UPDATED with many new links: Saul Alinsky, really? What small percentage of Americans knows enough about Saul Alinsky to understand Newt Gingrich's continual use of his name to slur President Barack Obama? A list of recent commentaries and relevant...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Charles Snelling, RIP.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. If you've spent any time moving through Pennsylvania's political circles, particularly Republican ones in the Lehigh Valley, then there's a pretty good chance you met Charles Snelling more than once. Loud, gregarious...
  • Idiotic orthodoxy?

     
    In What if all sides are wrong about taxes? (Salon), Michael Lind tells the following tale: Back in the 1980s, when I was a young neoconservative (when that meant Cold War liberal, not Middle East-bombing neo-imperialist), my work helping William......
  • Goldberg: The right candidate

    Goldberg: The right candidate
    On Saturday, Texas Gov. Rick Perry got into the race for the GOP presidential nomination, and within 24 hours, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty got out. Perry didn't exactly chase Pawlenty out of the race; the Iowa straw poll (in which T-Paw finished a...
  • Meghan Daum: Obama's fast brain vs. slow mouth

    Meghan Daum: Obama's fast brain vs. slow mouth
    Apparently, a lot of people consider President Obama to be bumblingly inarticulate. "The guy can't talk his way out of a paper bag!" a reader wrote to me recently. "Sarah Palin is a brilliant speaker. It's the president whose sentences are undiagrammable,...
  • Newton: A new voice atop L.A.'s teachers union

    Newton: A new voice atop L.A.'s teachers union
    Warren Fletcher wrapped up his work three weeks ago as an English teacher at City of Angels and moved over to the headquarters of United Teachers Los Angeles, where he is the union's new president. He missed his first negotiating session because he had to...
  • Another old-line conservative group endorses Webster

     
    Former state Sen. Dan Webster has collected a host of endorsements from former- and used-to-be and blast-from-the-past Republicans and GOP-leaning groups in his campaign for the Republican nomination to face freshman Democratic U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson of...
  • A real witch hunt -- O'Donnell's 'dabbling' unfairly places her in critics' cauldron

     
    The source of merriment on the left: The revelation that Delaware Republican U.S. Senate nominee and tea party darling Christine O'Donnell "dabbled into witchcraft" in her youth. The best gag: A suggestion that "Yes, Wiccan" should be her new campaign.......
  • Airport screening debate rings hollow against profiling concerns

     
    Guest Writer: Raúl Ramos y Sánchez Ramos y Sánchez is a marketing executive, editor of MyImmigrationStory.com, and the award-winning author of the novels «America Libre» and «House Divided». You can visit his...
  • ‘Public Speaking,’ ‘Collapse’ and stand-up comedies — a weekend of documentary watching.

     
    The long Memorial Day holiday weekend was a chance to catch up on all sorts of films Ive been meaning to get to — documentaries, mainly (Though I did plow through the Andy Serkis star turn as rocker Ian Drury “Sex, Drugs & Rock'n Roll.”...