28 April 2010

Required reading: April

Quin Hillyer of the American Spectator sets outs (again) the case against Sarah Palin.

Daniel Larison of American Conservative mag thinks Palin supporters are being huckstered.

We picked apart the tea party.

Ross Douthat has usurped Mark Steyn as the best columnist in America.

Glenn Greenwald and David Freed examine the chilling story of a blown anti-terror investigation in the wake of 9/11. It's a stunning statement about the pathetic state of political journalism in this country that this didn't get more attention.

The Obama DOJ wisely abandoned its quest for warrantless access to citizens' emails.

Even Republicans are unloading Arizona's awful new immigration bill.

Gallup notes the Dems' enthusiasm gap.

George Will on baseball's delightful old code.

And the McCain team unloads a hilarious 'net-only ad on the Senior Senator's nutcase primary challenger.

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