- The Tragic End of Bush's North Korea Policy (John Bolton, WSJ)
- The Rival Chávez Won't Permit (Jackson Diehl, WaPo)
- Is Carly Fiorina the answer to McCain's prayers for a VP (Stuart Rothenberg, RCP) No. And it’s not clear why this column was written.
- Obama’s Weakness With Whites: Party Problem as Much as Race (Peter Brown, WSJ)
- Christian exodus from GOP unlikely (David Hill, The Hill)
- Olympic nightmare: A red
Today, I finally went in for a much-delayed checkup.
I decided to do the Kelsey-Seybold executive health assessment, which is the usual comprehensive physical (but done in half a day at their main campus). The tests were covered under my insurance, although I was responsible for the program fee (which I paid through with my HSA). It’s a good approach.
The results were mostly good.
My blood/chem workup was fine — no problems with cholesterol, good ratio of good cholesterol/bad
- A Skeptical Take on the Economy (Keith McFarland, BusinessWeek)
- Industry calls for new tests to gauge offshore oil and gas (Brett Clanton, Houston Chronicle)
- The poor Democrats… (Brothers Judd)
- Electro-Shock Therapy (Jonathan Rauch, Atlantic)
- How CVTs Work (William Harris, HowStuffWorks)
- Some wary of Heights high-rise proposal (Nancy Sarnoff, Houston Chronicle) Density is great — so long as it’s not in the neighborhoods of the affluent liberal types who
- Where are the Bush Democrats? (Paul Kengor, American Thinker) A President who can’t advance/defend his agenda rhetorically (like Reagan did) is a President who is going to have a tough time in this age. Critical/competing perspectives will simply fill the vacuum.
- The return of Dr. No (Stephen Moore, WSJ) There’s a reason the Dems hope to vilify Gramm.
- A crack in the unity facade (Brothers Judd) THAT is an awesome blog post.
- Obama's boys of
- Where's Bernanke's inner Volcker? (Lawrence Kudlow, RCP)
- Go Home, Bill (Robert Cringely, PBS.org)
- Mr. Murdoch goes to war (Mark Bowden, Atlantic Monthly)
- A Diplomatic Success That Defies the Critics (Steven Lee Myers, NY Times)
- Bad deal: All carrots, no sticks (Frank Gaffney, NRO) Just what every conservative administration likes to see — praise (of sorts) from the NY Times, and brickbats from Gaffney.
- Not so fast to pillory the bad