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Mitt Romney’s 47 Percent Problem

| September 18, 2012

In 2008 John McCain’s big challenge was to control Sarah Palin’s mouth. In 2012, Mitt Romney’s biggest challenge is to control Mitt Romney’s mouth. His characterization of 47 percent of Americans as victims and dependents, besides being demonstrably false, unravels the cynicism at the core of Romney’s campaign.

Ayn Rand vs. Paul Ryan

| August 15, 2012

Modern conservatives, Paul Ryan included, ignore the fundamental principles that animated Ayn Rand: personal as well as economic freedom, argues Jennifer Burns, while Maureen Dowd calls Randism “a state of arrested adolescence.”

Election Homework: The Goods on Paul Ryan

| August 12, 2012

Everything you always wanted to know about Paul Ryan but were afraid was true: profiles, backgrounders, an FAQ on his plans for Medicare, and some of the best reporting on Mitt Romney’s vice presidential pick.

Two White Men Who Like to Cut Things: On Romney’s Nomination of Paul Ryan

| August 11, 2012

Mitt Romney’s pick of Paul Ryan, the seven-term Wisconsin congressman, born during the first Nixon administration, is a puzzling choice, more calculated than inspiring, more cautious than bold, and in some respects, just as strategically faulty as John McCain’s pick of Sarah Palin.

Ayn Rand as Adolescent Sap, Private Prison Scams, Patraeus Rewrites Vietnam: The Live Wire

| July 23, 2011

Ayn Rand’s success: she was a children’s writer, circumcisions of the world unite, music as a way to slow down aging, Steve Carrell, Lucian Freud and Google’s top 20 key words, and more.

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