To borrow a phrase: budgeting is the science of muddling through (with an emphasis on the “muddling” far more than the “science.”
Is our current economic situation the result of massive government intervention? The Randians certainly think so.
A government shutdown is not just a hypothetical in a debating contest. It will affect real people.
Apparently in the Walker administration, one need not be qualified to get an $80k/year position.
Is asking to see a professor’s e-mails a legitimate open records request or is it an attempt at silencing a critic?
Palin thinks Israel apologizes too much and it would seem that some find this to be a profound statement.
Michelle Malkin is unhappy about being part of joke on Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me.
Republican budget cuts to this point have been less than serious.
The NPR vote was nothing more than political theatrics–and it violated a GOP campaign promise to boot.
Regardless of one’s preferences in terms of endgame in Wisconsin, democracy will win out.