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The Birth of the Koch Clan: It All Started In a Little Texas Town Called Quanah

This summer I traveled to Quanah, the dusty North Texas railroad town that Harry Koch called home, to find out more about the life of the man who spawned the two most powerful oligarchs of our time…

Nov 7, 2011 | Comments (47)

Rightwing Blogger Runs To Police, Informs On #OccupyDC Protesters...

Things heated up last Friday after Herman Cain finished his stand up routine at the Kochs’ Americans For Prosperity event in Washington D.C. and the crowd settled in for a late night Ronald Reagan tribute dinner. At least 500 protesters, including…

Nov 7, 2011 | Comments (43)

Want to Watch 107 Minutes of Wall St. Propaganda? Then Go See "Margin Call"

You may have heard positive things about Margin Call, a new bankster suspense drama loosely based on the 2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers. I just saw the film, and my advice: Don’t waste your time and cash, not unless you want…

Nov 3, 2011 | Comments (40)

To the Crows

To the memory of Ted Hughes, who said it first and best; and Thom Gunn, the only brave man ever to teach at Berkeley. Don’t take Greyhound, and don’t go to that offramp McDonald’s in Bellingham. Wisdom from the road….

Nov 2, 2011 | Comments (63)

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Conscience of a Radical: Corey Robin’s "The Reactionary Mind"

The first rule of debate: Never accept your opponent’s characterization of his own position. But for decades, liberals–in their perpetual Nerf-war against conservatives–have done just the opposite. While conservatives bloviate about traditionalism (Buckley), skepticism (Burke), sobriety (Taft), and order (Mill),…

Nov 1, 2011 | Comments (95)

Rin Tin Tin's Rich Bitch Biographer

There’s a book out about Rin Tin Tin, the old dog-star of Hollywood, by that stuck-up New Yorker hack Susan Orlean. She’s best-known for writing the bestseller The Orchid Thief, which got adapted by lofty screenwriter Charlie Kaufman into a…

Oct 28, 2011 | Comments (54)

Bosniak Terror, Not Bosnian: eXiled Reader In Sarajevo Reminds Us "The Terrorist Was Serbian!"

Thanks to an eXiled reader from Sarajevo, Jesenjin, comes this twist: The Wahhabi terrorist who shot at the US Embassy in Sarajevo wasn’t a Bosnian Wahhabi, but rather a Serbian Wahhabi. That’s because within Serbian proper (excluding Kosovo) there is…

Oct 28, 2011 | Comments (9)