Bookmarked at for 2007-02-19
All Ten of the Constitutions-in-Exile Order Their Respective Mojitos

Why Oh Why Can't We Have a Better Press Corps?

Rich Lowry (and John Patrick Diggins) make their play for the Stupidest Men Alive prize. You have to admit they make a pretty good team:

Ronald Reagan: Fate, Freedom, and the Making of History By John Patrick Diggins - Books - Review - New York Times: Ronald Reagan's reputation has been rising for so long, it is no longer shocking to read a respected historian hail him as, after Abraham Lincoln, "one of the two or three truly great presidents in American history." That's how John Patrick Diggins describes Reagan in a book that is a bid to save him from the dismissiveness of liberal historiography on the one hand and from his conservative worshipers on the other...

In the company of Washington, Jefferson, Jackson, Lincoln, the progressive Roosevelt, the liberal Roosevelt, Truman?